Good Life London x Camille Walala

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Good Life London x Camille Walala

Look good, do good: collaborative fashion project supports London's needy grassroots charities...

With grassroots charities struggling more than ever, Good Life London works relentlessly to raise awareness, provide support, and to try to make the capital the best it can be. Calling upon their insanely-talented network of London creatives for creative collaborations, Good Life London not only celebrate those grassroots movements, but highlight individuals in communities around the city who are constantly giving back without any major government support.

Good Life London x Camille Walala, Underground Sweatshirt

Their latest partnership — entitled Underground — is a hook-up with artist, designer and Memphis-inspired purveyor of plucky patterns, Camille Walala, who has produced a limited edition sweatshirt which bears all the hallmarks of her signature style.

Priced at £46.00, the sweatshirt can be purchased through the Good Life London website, with 100% of profits split between three London charities: The Loss Foundation, which offers bereavement support for people who lose loved ones to cancer; The Reasons Why Foundation, which provides a behavioural change mentoring service to people with criminal convictions across the capital; and Mosaic LGBT Youth, supporting educating and inspiring young LGBT people, providing workshops and activities within a supportive community environment.

So go-ahead: shop, support, share and care for your community, so that London and its compassionate creatives can continue to do amazing things. Naturally, you get to look pretty good too. The Good Life London x Camille Walala collaboration is supported by the good folk at Protein and Ace Hotel Shoreditch.

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Good Life London x Camille Walala, Underground Sweatshirt
Camille Walala Sweatshirt
Camille Walala Sweatshirt

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