We are Moving! Check Out Our New Oxfam Shop Blog

Oxfam Fashion is moving house! After 8 years of blogging here at the Oxfam Fashion Blog we’re moving to a new platform and we want you to come with us.

The Oxfam Shop Blog will not only host the preloved sustainable fashion content you know and love from the Oxfam Fashion Blog but will cover all things charity shop; from books, home and music to behind the scenes in our shops. You’ll also keep up to date with the latest news about Oxfam and opportunities for you to get involved with our mission to beat poverty worldwide. So why not check it out? Visit www.oxfam.org.uk/shop-blog

The New Oxfam Shop Blog Categories; Sustainable Fashion, Lifestyle, Shop Talk and News.

A huge thank you to all of our readers and bloggers who’ve supported us on this platform, we couldn’t have done it without you! We are so grateful to you all for sharing your passion with us and hope to see you in our new home.

Don’t forget to follow @OxfamFashion on twitter to stay up to date with the latest fashion posts from the blog.



Oxfam Fashion Show during London Fashion Week

On Monday 18th February we hosted our second Fashion Fighting Poverty Catwalk show as part of London Fashion Week. We wanted to showcase how Oxfam is part of the solution to fast fashion by giving clothes a second chance to be sold and preventing them ending up in landfill.

Here at Oxfam we never lose sight of the reason we sell fashion, which is to raise money to help the world’s poorest people. A £10 dress can provide clean water for 10 people in an emergency.


Supermodels and music stars hit the catwalk for Oxfam show during London Fashion Week.

Bella Freud and Nayara Santos De Oliveira in Oxfam’s Fashion Fighting Poverty Show 2019. Image: Chris Yates/Oxfam

Top models Stella Tennant, Daisy Lowe, Lottie Moss and Yasmin Le Bon were joined on the catwalk by super-cool designer Bella Freud and music stars Emeli Sandé and Una Healy.

Yasmin Le Bon and Malaika Firth in Oxfam’s Fashion Fighting Poverty Show 2019. Image: Chris Yates/Oxfam

All the models were styled in Oxfam clothes, selected from the Oxfam Online Shop and Oxfam high street shops by Vogue Contributing Editor Bay Garnett. You can shop the catwalk  here:

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