The Awards are the UK's foremost recognition of companies, big and small, who are going that bit further to make a difference to their environment.
For Thrifty as you know, reusing what historically goes into landfill, is the basis of how we operate and the first of our three tenets. We are currently up to 1.3tonne of clothing and cloth and counting
Showing others how they can re-purpose their own garments so that they too get infected with the habit - and pass it on - is our second tenet.
And thirdly, we retrain the unemployed or those who find it very hard to even get in the interview queue, and that is our last, and possibly, our most important tenet.
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The overriding theme of the awards was Sustainable Fashion and the lovely Livia Firth was presenting alongside Alderman Fiona Woolf CBE, who will be Lord Mayor next year.
The fashion category awards went to long established warriors in the sustainability war, the amazing Patchacuti and People Tree.