The Yes Campaign People’s Launch

 In Ethical Fashion, Journal, My Wardrobe, Social Change, The Political

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:

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.

Vice-Chairs; Rowan Davies, Martin Bell, Eddie Izzard, Amisha Ghadiali, Kriss Akabusi, Greg Dyke and Campaign Chair Katie Ghose. Photo by Anna Gordon

Back of the Junky Styling Dress

Amisha With Eddie Izzard (wearing dress from Junky Styling, Cape from Beautiful Soul, Shoes from Beyond Skin and Earrings/Ring from Amisha Jewellery)

I then went to the London Banner drop off Millenium Bridge:

London Says YES!

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.

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