A collaboration for the many, not the few.
Teaming up for a mighty cause is British streetwear designer Liam Hodges, Tottenham Textiles founder Luis Lopez-Smith and pro-Labour collective Real Change Lab – a team of creatives, campaigners, video producers and political communications professionals who all quit their jobs after the general election to create the group. Starting as a way of showing the support that exists for Labour among Britain’s creative communities, the collaboration emphasises how the party has inspired a generation of young people with the hope of a positive future full of free education, affordable housing, a working NHS and policies which let small businesses survive and thrive.
A range of winter gear – from a sleek windbreaker to a block colour hoodie to the knitted beanie – just seeing the capsule out and about will help prove the support during Labour’s election campaign, and it’ll keep you cosy to boot. Cop-worthy and full of cause, the three pieces are almost sold out, so head on over to LabourXFashion to get yourself kitted out for Thursday 12th. Items are sold at cost (“given our timescale, production processes, and ethical souring this is as cheap as we could manage”) but any profits made will go towards winning a Labour government for the best Christmas present we could get…
Shop the collection online here, and click through the gallery below for a sneak peek.
10 December 2019