Teenagers Tackle Fast Fashion
Teenagers challenge the stigma of second hand and charity shop bought clothing. A documentary about fashion and sustainability and what young people can do you to make a difference.
Featuring a makeover from charity shop bought garments with the help of top stylist Namalee Bolle, learning how to repair clothes and meeting fashion experts who are trying to bring about change including Andrea Speranza – Head of Campaigns and Education at TRAID and Kate Wakeling – Ted Baker’s Conscience Manager.
Produced by a group of 15 – 19 year olds on a week-long film course at Camden Summer University, with the support of Sue Ryder, British Heart Foundation, TRAID, Ted Baker, London Metropolitan University and Camden City Learning Centre.