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10 Ways to refresh your wardrobe

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10 WAYS TO REFRESH YOUR WARDROBE

Fashion Revolution Week, 23rd - 29th April, is a movement that started in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster, rallying people to change the course of the fashion industry. Being a fashion revolutionary is about getting creative and thoughtful with the way you buy, wear and pass on clothes. To start, here are 10 top tips from stylist Emma Slade's 10 tips for revamping your wardrobe without buying new items.

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DESIGNING FOR CIRCULARITY

We're becoming increasingly concerned about the amount of packaging we throw away, but whilst individual action is important, the products we buy need to change if we are going to tackle our plastic problem. In this vlog, Sarah meets designers developing ways to make packaging easier to recycle to find out what products and packaging we can buy to have an impact.

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LONDON MARATHON CREATES CLEANER AIR

Last Sunday over 40,000 runners hit the streets for a sweltering London Marathon with a surprising side effect. Due to road closures on major routes, air pollution levels in central London significantly reduced. Measurements taken by King's College London showed that harmful nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions fell by 89%. This result shows the power of road closures to tackle our urban air pollution issues, so would you like to see more car-free days?

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Bread is one of the most wasted food items. In the UK a quarter of us admit to binning bread before reaching the end of the loaf according to Love Food Hate Waste. So here's a bread-saving tip from Nicholas, founder and head chef at Salon: blitz up leftover bread and bake into crisps. It's as easy as that!

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