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Recycling's in fashion

The dedicated followers of fashion on London's Brick Lane are to be treated to recycled style.
A fashion exhibition sponsored by London Remade on February 17 will show the latest recycled couture designs.
It will contain jewellery, accessories and fashion apparel from 30 designers all of which use recycled designs.
London Remade project manager Hugh Smith said: "We must start to appreciate the value in a lot of what we would think of as waste.
"By recycling these materials, not only have they been diverted from the waste bin, they have been made into new products for resale closing the recycling loop. The garments and jewellery on display here are just a few examples of how effective this process can be."
The exhibition begins with a fashion show which will also contain a raffle of the designers work held in aid of the Tsunami Earthquake Appeal. It will then be open to the public until February 27 in the Truman Brewery.

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