By Ken Synnott in News on Thursday 17th March, 2011
Here at Tesco, we like to keep our fingers on the fashion pulse, but we also like to ensure we do it in an ethical way and one that supports the environment.
As the official partner of National Climate Week, which runs from 21-27th March, Clothing at Tesco has teamed up with the ‘patron saint of print’, Eley Kishimoto in aid of the Environmental Justice Foundation to create the official limited edition T-shirts.
Manufactured using wind and solar power, the organic T-shirts can be purchased for just £10 on the Clothing at Tesco site and in Tesco stores.
These super cool T-shirts, available for men and women, are being backed by such fashion forward and fabulous celebs as Lily Cole, Gemma Arterton, KT Tunstall and Eliza Doolittle making them the fashion world’s T-shirt of choice. So there’s no excuse not to support the cause!
It’s really important to us to get behind and help tackle climate change and we want you guys to help us. The Prime Minister, Sir Paul McCartney and Vivienne Westwood have been inspired to combat this environmental issue. We hope you will too!
You can also get involved by taking part in our Climate Week events such as Earth Hour and the Climate Week Challenge – the UK’s biggest live environmental event ever! Details for the challenge will be revealed at 9am on Monday 21st March, so stay tuned for more info!
Hi guys! We hope everyone is keeping warm and safe during these snowy times. There are a few gorgeous F&F aviator jackets left in the sale so be sure to check it out if you’re still on the hunt for one (and look out for our ‘super sale top picks’ feature tomorrow)
So all this layering of garments under hats, scarves and gloves has got us thinking – is it possible to stay warm and still look good in these sub-zero times? We think so, and we thought we’d give you a low-down on what we’re wearing so you can judge for yourselves (please be nice!)
Rochelle is wearing a fab and funky pair of Tesco wellies! She’s teamed this with a belted warm and wooly F&F Long cardigan – we especially love the faux fur trim on this.
There’s also a variety of hats, scarves, snoods, welly socks and gloves that go on when we step outside too of course. Some of us go for the colour-co-ordinated approach, and some of us like to brighten things up with some bold statements like this gorgeous F&F stripe diamante scarf and glove set.
There’s a great range available on the site, but we’d love to hear if there’s something you’d like to see, and any tips you have for looking stylish in winter. Let us know what you think!
Last Thursday we launched our debut collection, F&F Limited Edition for the world to see. The night was magnificent – full of cocktails, cupcakes and of course fabulous clothing. We will post up the full report next week but we just had to share a few highlights with you first!
The new online collection is an extension of the F&F label to give you lovely people a wider range of choice exclusively to tesco.com/clothing. Available from mid October, our F&F Limited Edition collection will be regularly updated, with new styles and trends being added to the line every week.
You are sure to find what you from this collection, and if that hasn’t swayed you, the fantastic value for money will, with items starting at just £10.
Amongst our other eye-catching pieces you will find our selection of chunky knitwear, ideal for those autumn weekends.
Here our our favourite pieces from the collection: