The results of the Think Act Vote t-shirt competition are in, and they're certainly stunning
With the upcoming elections in mind, the Think Act Vote campaign has been reaching out to voting novices with a fashion-forward T-shirt competition.
The idea behind the movement is to encourage creativity, and show how fashion can be used to express ideas.
Up and coming creatives were set the task of incorporating the Think Act Vote slogan into a design with a view to getting people thinking about their right to vote.
A whole host of hotter-than-hot ethical creatives were given a t-shirt, and asked to customise or create a show piece using only off cuts from their current collection.
Leading eco designers, including Ada Zanditon, Beautiful Soul, Traid Remade and Tara Starlet all took part, and the results are certainly stunning.
The pieces are set to be presented on the catwalk at UK Aware tomorrow and Alternative Fashion Week on Wedndesday 21st April.
For more information, or to find out how you can get involved, visit thinkactvote.org.
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