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  • Writer's pictureHarriet Field

The Simple Solution To Packing This Summer: Take LESS



Rather than investing in extra suitcases, making additional purchases such as packing cubes or spending unnecessary time researching complicated packing techniques (to roll or to fold?), a simple solution is just to pack LESS.


Community Clothing founder Patrick Grant’s recent book LESS explains how having fewer, better things can make us happier. This philosophy translates perfectly for upcoming summer travel plans where a ‘holiday’ will hopefully be spent relaxing, with time spent away from the busyness of modern lives.


“I wear the same stuff pretty much every day, whether I’m on holiday or at home which makes packing for my hols super simple.” (Patrick Grant, Founder, Community Clothing)


Community Clothing’s focus on natural fibres makes the non-seasonal collections perfect for warmer temperatures. Simple and elegant dresses in pure cotton and linen, organic cotton t-shirts, plastic free 70’s style sports shorts, striped oversized cotton poplin shirts and classic organic denim create a timeless and easy to wear capsule - good all year round but perfect for summer travel.




Also new for 2024 is the Parlick unisex trainer from Community Clothing’s partnership with British made trainer brand Norman Walsh. The Parlick is based on a heritage design with ‘80’s tech and available in four colours.


View product and model imagery for the Community Clothing Summer Edit here.


ABOUT COMMUNITY CLOTHING:

Community Clothing is a British clothing brand and social enterprise founded in 2016 by award winning clothing designer and judge on BBC One’s The Great British Sewing Bee Patrick Grant. Community Clothing do good things for people and communities in the UK, creating jobs where they’re needed most. The mission is simple; to sell great quality clothes at prices people can afford; to make these clothes in the best British factories from the finest natural materials; and by doing this to create work and support skilled jobs in regions of the UK that need them most. 

In short, Community Clothing sell great quality clothes, at affordable prices and by doing so create loads of fantastic jobs in places that really need them.


To date Community Clothing have created 279,000 hours of work and supported 1,880 jobs. Community Clothing have a network of 42 partner factories all over the UK, located predominantly in the Northwest, Yorkshire, the East Midlands and South Wales. 


Community Clothing has developed a unique business model that keeps costs super low, enabling the brand to make clothes in the very best UK factories from the best materials, and still sell them at affordable price. The unique business model utilises Off-Peak Production, creates seasonless, brilliant basics, supports ultra local supply chains and promotes radical simplicity.


For further information, please contact:



Press - harriet@whitehair.co

07790003417

VIP & Influencer Relations - laura@whitehair.co

07917694953

www.whitehair.co








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