Posted:
29 October 2020

Photo:
Stewart Bywater

Interview:
Martin Hufnagel

BETHANY WILLIAMS

The London-based fashion designer Bethany Williams has taken sustainability to the next level. Not only does she donate parts of her profits to charity, but she also works together with charity services to develop new materials and fabrics. When I first met her in Paris in January, I was amazed not only by her beautiful collection, but also by the stories behind each garment. Toy waste, old tents and recycled blankets have been given a new purpose.
For the launch of Bethany's AW20 collection at The Wasted Hour, we talk about her background, how she was laughed at when she first presented her ideas, her first collaboration with groceries retailer Tesco, how she’s doing her research for social causes, and her upcoming projects with Adidas. 

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Zip Up Jacket
Zip Up Jacket
Zip Up Jacket
Zip Up Jacket

Bethany Williams

Zip Up Jacket

€225.00
  • 100% Organic Cotton
  • 2 side pockets
  • Zipper closure
  • Magpie illustrations by Melissa Kitty Jarram
  • Screen printed by Orto Print, an all-female owned & run printing studio in Peckham, London
  • Organic cotton sourced from a supplier in Wales, UK
  • Regular fit, choose your normal size
  • Model is 188cm and wears size M

MADE IN ENGLAND

Thank you, Bethany, for being part of THE WASTED HOUR.

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