Report Back: Has Capitalism Killed Fashion?

25 February 2015 - 12:00am
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On Saturday 21 February, War on Want and Brick Lane debates held a day of workshops, debates, films, spoken word, DIY & craftivism, speed debating, & theatre around the question 'Has Capitalism Killed Fashion?' It was a remedy to London Fashion Week which was taking place around London

Click through the slide show below to get a flavour of the event [You can make it go full screen on the bottom right corner]:

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