As part of the ‘Clean Power” campaign, Togetherband, a sustainable fashion brand, has opened a pop-up shop on Regent Street in London.
The store is adorned with eye-catching artwork by Morag Myerscough and flags from the artist, as well as Clean Power’s 100 per cent recycled merchandise. This includes four t-shirts featuring Myerscough artwork. All items in the Togetherwear range, including t-shirts and totes, will be available for purchase.
The bracelets will be available in 17 colors that represent different UN Global Goals. These bands will be used to support artisans in Nepal.
The store will host talks by leading campaigners and experts on the UN Sustainable Development Goals over the next few months.
Matthew Green, a cabinet member from business, licensing, and planning at Westminster City Council said in a statement that “our latest pop-up in partnership with The Crown Estate aligns with the launch our new climate action plan, and COP26.”
He said, “Its purpose is important – it helps people learn more about the climate and raise funds to fight climate change through the purchase sustainable products.” It is a prominent location on Regent Street, with a compelling cause and a unique experience in-store. I believe it will assist with our ongoing efforts at attracting more people to the area.
The ongoing “Clean Power” initiative aims at highlighting the importance of renewable energy, building a better future, and supporting the international effort to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to zero by 2050.
The brand also revealed a series art installations in Glasgow to promote awareness of the issue. QR codes are placed at each location and lead to an informative page about the initiative. After November, the event will be traveling throughout the UK with 100 flags culminating in Regent Street in March 2022.