Summer look for ethical fashion label

April 24 2015

BISHOPSTON-based ethical fashion label Fix Up Look Sharp is pleased to announce the launch of its unique spring/summer collections.

BISHOPSTON-based ethical fashion label Fix Up Look Sharp is pleased to announce the launch of its unique spring/summer collections.

Renowned for transforming donated fabrics into bold one-of-a-kind items and meshing vintage clothing with contemporary street style, FULS was coined in 2012 by staff and volunteers from the CLIC Sargent charity shop in Gloucester Road.

Items, for both women and men, are sold in store as well as online, with all proceeds raised going towards the UK charity, which supports children and young people with cancer and their families.

Ruth Strugnell, lead designer at FULS said: “Our new collection is for people who are after something bold and different and value well-made sustainable fashion.

“Every penny raised by sales supports CLIC Sargent’s work with children, young people and their families – it’s the ultimate in guilt-free shopping.”

The collection is available to browse and buy online at www.fuls.clicsargent.org.uk, and to celebrate the launch, FULS is offering a 15% discount to Bishopston Voice readers for May with the code: voice15.