Environmental activist, fashion designer and Dame: Vivienne Westwood invites you to be part of the Climate Revolution one knot-wrap at a time
The iconic British fashion designer teamed up with Lush in November 2013 to design a bespoke, organic UK manufactured knot-wrap as part of her Climate Revolution campaign. Available in pink and brown, the knot-wraps are made out of 100% organic cotton fabric woven in Burnley, printed in Lancaster and sewn in London.
The iconic British fashion designer collaborated with Lush in 2013 to design an exclusive knot-wrap for her Climate Revolution campaign. Available in two colourways, pink and camel, the bespoke organic piece is 100% British: woven in Burnley, printed in Lancaster and finished in London.
The knot-wrap concept originates from the Japanese art of ‘furoshiki’ where after unwrapping the gift the recipient passes this precious fabric on: to wrap another present, to wrap themselves in or - in the Japanese tradition - handing the knot-wrap back to the giver to be used again. The limited edition Climate Revolution design hit the stores in November 2013 as a sustainable alternative to the 227,000 miles of gift wrap that end up in UK landfill every Christmas.
In buying a knot-wrap you are part of the Climate Revolution. As Vivienne Westwood explains, it’s the small manageable changes in our everyday life that will prevent further damage to the environmental: “Everyone who saves a plastic bag is a freedom fighter for climate change.”