The biggest UK climate change campaign Climate Week 2012 is in progress with the support of H&M. Besides its noble cause it has become a fashion hit too, with a few celebrity faces like Sienna Miller, Lily Cole, Prime Minister and fashion designer Katharine Hamnett. Katherine is well known for her political t-shirt designs that always feature a strong statement. This time, she had a chance to be a part of the Climate Week by creating the propaganda t-shirts in collaboration with H&M. You can buy the t-shirts during this week by the price of £9.99, which is really not much for helping the planet. I really love the idea that fashion can make some differences.
This environmental week will run until 18th March, and you are invited to participate too. If you’re cleaning your closet these days, do not throw anything away – H&M has teamed up with the British Red Cross with an aim to encourage people to donate their old clothes to them and recycle their unwanted garment from 12th to 18th March in selected H&M stores nationwide. Also, with this engagement you can receive a H&M £5 voucher that you can use before the 30th of April.