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THTC has teamed up with Pamela Daniels of Upcycling company My Only One to produce a 6 piece range of
hemp garms for ladies. The range, modeled by singer songwriter Aruba Red, is built from 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton t-shirts and track suits from THTC's past season's range.
Photos by Michael Antoniou
You can see an acoustic video of Aruba Red below, with her full band, repping THTC.
THTC was asked to showcase its line of upcycled clothing at the Start Garden Party, Clarence House, taking part in four days of seminars at the venue with pop legend Sinitta, who modeled some upcycled versions of her classic eighties outfits redesigned by From Somewhere and Junky Styling. The event was hosted by prominent environmental journalist Lucy Siegle (who also set up the Observer Ethical Awards) and was attended by Prince Charles among others.
For more information and further links Visit our Upcycling Blog Post Here, written by THTC's resident blogger Isaac Parham.
Check the video clip below featuring Orsola De Castro, founder of multi award winning brand 'From Somewhere', talking about their collaboration with Speedo. Also featured is eco fashion advocate Livia Firth, owner of 'Eco-Age'. The video below that is an introduction to Lucy Siegle's new book 'To Die For', essential reading if you want to more about where your clothes come from.