Pass on Plastic

Project 0 and Sky Ocean Rescue’s ‘Pass on Plastic’ is back with a new pop-up in Carnaby to make a bold stand against single-use plastics.

The pop-up is selling limited-edition reusable products designed by celebrities such as Kate Moss, Harry Kane, Sienna Miller and Fearne Cotton. Products in the range include reusable bottles, coffee cups, cutlery and tote bags.

Sienna Miller’s ‘Moby Sick’ is a simple yet incredibly powerful print highlighting the amount of plastic that gets dumped into the ocean each year and sadly ingested by whales.

Further, the interior of the store is floor-to-ceiling images of single-use plastics such as paper bags, rubber ducks and beer can holders.

The ‘Message Without a Bottle’ wall invites shoppers to write their message to the world.

As well, behind this wall is a mini art gallery with artwork from food photographer Tim Atkins. His pieces show the effects of plastic contamination on the food chain.

The ‘Pass on Plastic’ pop up is open until 10th January. All proceeds go directly to the charity and is well worth a visit. 

Read about our trip to Stella McCartney’s sustainable flagship store here

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