Recycle for Lewisham

A blog written for residents of Lewisham

Making Rubbish Fashion

2 Comments

Lewisham Council has worked with fashion and design students from LESOCO , to raise awareness about the need to dispose of litter from ‘Food on the Go’ responsibly.

The students created clothes from packaging of well known fast food outlets. They were helped in their quest by kind donations of obsolete packaging  from KFC, Mcdonalds and Muffin Break.

Their stunning creations were exhibited at Lewisham Library and Lewisham shopping centre.

KFC dress made from the red take away boxes

KFC dress made from the red take away boxes

The creations demonstrate that not only is recycling fun, it is possible to make rubbish fashion and to behave responsibly as well.

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “Making Rubbish Fashion

  1. It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button!
    I’d definitely donate to this excellent blog! I guess for now i’ll settle for bookmarking and adding your RSS feed to my
    Google account. I look forward to brand new updates and will share this blog with
    my Facebook group. Chat soon!

  2. Humana People to People generates the task to enhance under-developed nations
    with offering coaching to primary school instructors and artisans, assisting to encourage health
    and distribute understanding of HIV as well as to support in further increasing areas farming.

    Humana People to People runs a variety of various jobs and goals around exhausted
    places in countries across the globe. By way of working
    with the regional individuals and also their government,
    they’re able to benefit those who are in need thru their non-profit help groups.
    China is among various nations this non-profit corporation comes to
    confront the driving issues that they deal with currently.

    The Humana People to People Activity works with The Federation for Groups within the Yunnan province in China.
    The job started within 2005 and carries on all through today.
    The Humana People to People Co-operation Plan Department from the Yunnan Area performs
    to improve resources in an effort to run a variety of tasks in the province around poor places.
    Some projects that Humana People to People tries to bring
    to this particular region of China include trade schools where
    there’re able to expand their training, planning them
    to get job opportunities, supplying facts about transmittable diseases and more.

    Humana People to People first started carrying out their jobs within China during 2007.

    One of the first projects which was undertaken was the Malaria mission that focused to
    distribute important information and treatment about the disease
    to region people. A Community Capacity Development and Child Aid plan was
    afterward entered Zhenkang. A fantastic 13
    activities were started in 2010 for a few from the largest poor regions of the county.
    In addition to the Yunnan Province, tasks were pointed in the Sichuan Area, Chongqing Province and Guangdong Province.

    Currently, a number of plans that Humana has taken on within China contains attention in rural places, early
    childhood learning which is developed to give Chinese children a head
    start on their way to accomplishment, generating safer routes for Humana toddler children, supplying quick HIV checking, establishing grower organizations and improving money through nonprofit occasions like
    the Comedy Club China Charity Show. At present, there are 11 tasks being completed throughout 3 areas within China and in a lot more than 128 communities.

    Along with 280 collective recipients, People to People delivers expect and also
    a greater future to those exhausted countryside areas.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s