2014 London Organic for Fashion Revolution Day

London Organic for Fashion Revolution Day Cuckoo Club 2014

Who made your clothes?
The London Organic, (our previous name London Ethnic), Fashion Revolution Day party will feature a showcase of ethical fashion pieces individually hand-made by London designers in London and talks on the importance of sustainability in fashion.
London Fashion Designers will be on hand to talk about the ethics of the production of clothes and how it is possible to wear clothes designed and produced in the UK.
Catwalk shows and talks will go from 9pm – 11pm. It is being held in conjunction with the Cuckoo Club as an after-party for Fashion Revolution Day.
There will be live bands and DJs until 3:30am.
Guestlist only, passes can be obtained online for the reduced rate of £12. Press and photographer passes are available by application to press@londonethnic.com.

Exclusive guestlist only fashion party. No tickets available on the door. Tickets can be ordered in advance here:

The first 100 guests will receive complimentary glass of wine from Mandala Valley Wines. (http://mandalavalley.com/)

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The Cuckoo Club

Swallow St, London W1B 4EZ

Appealing to the more discerning late night London crowd tired of identikit, faceless bars and clubs with no creativity and soul, The Cuckoo Club features 5,000 square feet of ostentatious design, spread over two floors, and a founding committee that reads like a who’s who of creative talent in London, described in the influential Vogue List as “formidable”.

Recently redesigned by Barbara Hulanicki, interior designer & founder of iconic fashion house Biba, featuring some of Europe’s most proficient mixologists and an electrifying and eclectic musical output, The Cuckoo Club delivers unbridled, unquestionable glamour for London’s party cavalry.

Fashion Revolution Day

Fashion is a force to be reckoned with. It celebrates, provokes, and entertains. And, from April 24th 2014, it’s going to do even more. Because we’re turning fashion into a force for good.

On 24th April last year, 1133 people were killed and over 2500 were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social and environmental catastrophes in our fashion supply chains continue.

Fashion Revolution Day says enough is enough.

Be curious. Find out who made your clothes — from who spun the threads, to who sewed them together, to who grew the cotton in the first place.

Your clothes already tell a story about who you are.
Now they can tell a better one.


Together we can use the power of fashion to catalyse change and reconnect the broken links in the supply chain. Wear your clothes inside-out to help start the beginning of an industry-wide transformation towards a more sustainable future.

Show us your inside out clothes on Instagram by tagging it@Fash_Rev and #InsideOut