Last weekend was the People’s launch of the Yes Campaign, for the Alternative Vote in the up-coming referendum. Back in Feb, in my post, Why I Say Yes in May, I explained that I am a Vice-Chair of the campaign. The launch held in Coin Street, Waterloo, included the members of the audience sharing why they were voting for change on May 5th, and words from a few of the campaigns Vice-Chairs; myself, Eddie Izzard, Greg Dyke, Kriss Akabusi, Martin Bell and Rowan Davies.
Here is a little video from the day:[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADJ6sQMBp8M]
Of course taking part in an event like this is a great opportunity to start conversations about ethical fashion. So I opted for a gorgeous dress from Junky Styling, which has been up-cycled from a man’s suit trousers, the neckline actually being the waistband of the trousers. I wore it with a Beautiful Soul cape, shoes from Beyond Skin and jewellery from my own label.
I then went to the London Banner drop off Millenium Bridge:
Visit the Yes To Fairer Votes Campaign Website, to see how you can help make sure that we wake up with a fairer voting system and a more honest democracy after May 5th.