Charitable fashion from Kate Moss, Little Simz and more

Supporting creative youth organisation Kazzum Arts, a one-time drop of sustainable, re-worked pieces will be raffled off next week. Look good, make a difference.

Want to fix up your tired-looking clobber and make a difference? Then pick up a few pieces from Wieden+Kennedy Londons one-off charity collaboration with sustainable fashion leader Greater Goods.

A sustainable capsule collection of reworked bags, trousers, T‑shirts and more have been made using donations from big celebs, which will then be raffled in support of creative youth organisation, Kazzum Arts. Based in London, it provides opportunities for children and young people to explore creative outlets, underpinned by the belief that accessible art is a human right. Access is never more important than in childhood and young adulthood, which is why we work hard to remove the barriers that prevent young people’s creative engagement,” its website reads.

Over the past couple of weeks, W+K London and Zoe Matilda, who runs Zoe Matilda Management, have been sourcing donations from Kate Moss, Damson Idris, Joy Crookes, Clara Amfo and Little Simz. Then, with a bit of tweaking by Greater Goods’ designer Jaimus Tailor, the garments were reimagined into all sorts of patchwork pieces. Think: jeans with camo prints, denim bags and utility vests.

We’ve wanted to collaborate with Greater Goods for some time now,” says W+K Design Director, Aaron Skipper. The purpose and vision for the brand has always been exciting to us.”

Tickets to enter the one-time drop raffle will be available at from 11th-13th May, with winners announced on 14th May at 12pm.

Go on, treat yourself.

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