The new face of eco fashion

| 24th September 2010
Estethica, a sustainable fashion exhibition at London Fashion Week, gives ethically minded designers high end visibility
PHOTO GALLERY: The Estethica exhibition at London Fashion Week showcases pioneering designers who make clothes you never want to throw away. This exclusive photo shoot highlights some of the season's best looks

Shoot credits

Photography: Julian Marshall

Art Direction: Uscha Pohl

Styling: Charty Durrant

Hair and makeup: Siobhon Luckie at Terrie Tanaka using Dr Hauschka make up and AVEDA for hair

Model: Jude at Models One


Main photo

Save the Future organic vest Environmental Justice Foundation; Black Ninja trousers Junky Styling; classic panama hat Pachacuti; gold cuff Made

Photo 1

White jersey dress Martina Spetlova at The Centre for Sustainable Fashion; gold brass rings Leblas; tan-and-yellow square-toed shoes Nina Dolcetti

Photo 2

Striped dress Junky Styling; grey leather bag Sonya Kashmiri

Photo 3

Save the Future organic vest Environmental Justice Foundation; Black Ninja trousers Junky Styling; classic panama hat Pachacuti; gold cuff Made

Photo 4

Red silk jersey panel dress From Somewhere

Photo 5

Multicoloured ribbon dress Lu Flux; shoes Nina Dolcetti

Photo 6

Multicoloured recycled dress Maxjenny

Photo 7

Taupe silk and chiffon dress Minna; leather pleated bracelet Michelle Lowe-Holder; silver earrings Oria

Photo 8

White jersey dress Henrietta Ludgate; heels Nina Dolcetti

Photo 9

Cream knitted dress Makepiece; cashmere beaded scarf Ahilya

Photo 10

Navy screen printed dress Partimi


  • Thanks to Uscha Pohl
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