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Is Green the New Black?

By 1st May 2007April 11th, 20174 Comments

Laura Bailey

Is Green the New Black?‘ is a week of events and activities (Monday 30 April – Friday 4 May 2007) run by the London College of Fashion, “with exciting guests to help unravel some of the most complex issues that face the fashion industry today.

Laura Bailey is one of the faces of the campaign and Indigo is proud to be one of the event sponsors. We printed all the t-shirts above, all of which have had a previous life as a promotional t-shirt and have been ‘recycled’ for the campaign.


To get involved, book a place at an event via or simply have your say by logging onto


  • Difficult to see how the fashion industry, eater of air miles, can even tip its hat towards energy conservation. I suppose it could introduce slacker chic… 🙂


  • jumbo says:

    i love fashion and would love to work in the fashion industry! My abserlute i dol is maybe Tira Banks for the way she works the clothes and obviously Henry Holand 🙂

    Love the new ‘green, the new black’ campange, save the planet yeeer even though its not very wide spread and i hadnt even heard of it before so get the campange advertised and it could go somewhere.


  • Embrioe says:

    Just wanted to sayye dis is the mst well cwl thin i ever saw 2 stp climate chnge ye cos nobody evr dus anytin fun to get peeps interessted but mate dis is well cwl an yeee. good on ya an all, ill be goin how dya buy 1 o dose t-shirts?


  • Chris says:

    Hmmmm…green is the new black. These shirts are cool if you want to make a statement but what if you just want eco-friendly fashion?

    I like this brand called Indie Peace they make all their clothes out of 100% certified organic cotton. It fits great.

    Go to…yall will thank me lata