The lovely Supermarket Sarah, with whom Plastic Seconds has now had the pleasure to collaborate with a few times, created just before XMas one of her special walls in EJF's pop up shop on Carnaby Street featuring the fantastic The Rodnik Band (who's very own studio we have visited and blogged about here!). The wall was based around the theme of safer seas, which is one of EJF's campaigns and features The Rodnik Band's 'Cod Save the Sea' collection. AS PART OF SUPERMARKET SARAH'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE POP UP SHOP PLASTIC SECONDS BIRO LID NECKLACES AND EARRINGS HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE AND ARE STILL AVAILABLE THERE UNTIL THE 15TH OF FEBRUARY!
EJF’s pop up shop ‘JUST’ at 46 Carnaby Street sells designer, fairly-traded, organic t-shirts created by top designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Katharine Hamnett, Giles Deacon, Christian Lacroix and many more.
All proceeds from the t-shirts go to the charity and help them to campaign internationally for environmental justice. This is fashion that doesn’t cost the earth and its helping to raise awareness of the abuses in the cotton industry, the issues of climate change and the need to eradicate illegal fishing in West Africa.
|Plastic Seconds BIRO LID EARRINGS in EJF's 'JUST' pop up shop on Carnaby Street- here next to some jewellery from Bits of Bike|
|Plastic Seconds BIRO LID NECKLACE in EJF's 'JUST' pop up shop on Carnaby Street|