Wearing second-hand clothing has become an act of “rebellion” for young people concerned about climate change, according to celebrated fashion stylist Bay Garnett.

Garnett, who put together the outfits for Oxfam’s forthcoming London Fashion Week show, said shopping in charity shops is a sustainable way of enjoying fashion.

The stylist, who has dressed stars including Kate Moss in charity shop fashion, also said she believes the culture of wearing a new outfit just once for a social media post will become a thing of the past.

Garnett has hand-picked around 80 items of clothing for the Oxfam show in February and said it is “absolutely essential” that second-hand clothes are included on the world fashion stage.

“I mean, this is what people want to buy so much more now. So you can’t just have collections anymore that are just about new clothes because it would be out of touch with

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With Christmas coming here in two days, and there are two more nights of Hanukah, there are still people finishing last minute shopping. But if you still haven’t found that last gift, don’t worry, because Miller Hill Mall, Fleet Farm, and other stores will be open for last minute shopping needs.

Constance Koschack-Nelson, a Fleet Farm pricing team member, explained some of the more popular last minute holiday gifts this year. “So far, I’ve seen a lot of people purchasing kitchen appliances, such as microwaves, air fryers, and pizza ovens and then, you know, a lot of power tools and toolboxes and whatever. And also ice houses and outdoor gear.” Koschack-Nelson said.

If you do plan on going for last minute shopping there are some tips we can provide. You should set a time limit so you don’t spend too much time away from your family during the holidays. You

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Dame Mary Quant, the legendary British fashion designer, has received one of the highest accolades in the King’s first New Year’s Honours List. The 92-year-old, who is credited with making fashion widely accessible, has received the Companion of Honour award.

This special award granted to those who have made “a major contribution to the arts, science, medicine, or government lasting over a long period of time”. The members, of which there are 65 at any one time, currently include actress Dame Maggie Smith, legendary athlete Lord Coe, broadcaster Sir David Attenborough and former Prime Minister Sir John Major.

Dame Mary introduced the mini skirt and hot pants to the masses in the 1960s, creating the iconic ‘Chelsea Girl’ look, which remains influential to this day. Her designs, which also included coloured tights, Peter Pan collars and tailored trouser suits, were widely popular globally and are credited with having inspired the

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