Source Fashion reveals catwalk line-up


Source Fashion, Europe’s leading responsible sourcing show running from 14th – 16th July at Olympia London, has announced its Catwalk line-up with London-based sustainable fashion designer Anna Pabissi taking centre stage as this season’s headline designer.

Taking place multiple times a day from 14th – 16th July at Olympia London, sustainable stylist Rebekah Roy has crafted a new Source Catwalk Show showcasing 2025 trends brought to life through exhibitor garments curated from the show floor, as well as the key looks from designer Anna Pabissi. On Sunday at 12.25pm, visitors can hear stylist Rebekah Roy in conversation with Anna Pabissi, discussing the challenges and creativity needed to build a fashion brand that doesn’t cost the earth.

Anna Pabissi’s brand Hoh Pabissi, which debuted in 2018 at Helsinki Fashion Week with fully biodegradeable eveningwear, focuses on cruelty-free, zero-waste couture fashion handcrafted in the UK. Pabassi gives a second life to antique fabrics by creating one-off statement pieces, utilising end of roll and deadstock textiles for her most flamboyant garments.

Pabissi says, “Source Fashion has been merging designers and buyers since it launched, focusing on sustainability and fair trade practices on both sides. Partnering with the show not only gives me a platform to promote my sustainability focused brand but also enables me to meet likeminded people who can help me to grow my business and share my journey towards more eco-friendly, sustainable fashion. The scale of creditably of the show was the main reason why I am proud to participate this year. After all, the collective effort to transform the fashion industry into more environmentally friendly, conscious space is a must.”

Event Director Suzanne Ellingham says, “I love the catwalk show – being able to showcase responsibly made garments and showcase emerging designers alongside the craftsmanship of our makers and manufacturers adds another element to the show. It’s really about us showing what responsibly made fashion looks like today, moving away from conceptual to what’s being achieved now, offering inspiration and new ideas.

“We’re excited to collaborate with designer Anna Pabissi – her brand is meticulously selective about suppliers, and by producing exclusively in the UK and using antique and deadstock fabrics they are able to reduce their carbon footprint whilst continuing to minimise environmental impact. She shows it is possible to build a brand and a collection that is beautiful for the right reasons.”

Bhargav Pathak
Bhargav Pathak
With a passion for the textile, apparel, and fashion industry, I embarked on a journey fueled by education from NIFT Gandhinagar and affiliation with NDBI at NID Ahmedabad. Since 2006, I've contributed to various corporate ventures, specializing in B2B, B2C, SaaS, and AI products within the textile domain. In July 2023, I launched, a knowledge hub offering the latest news, articles, and soon-to-come features like interviews and a trade fair calendar. Grateful for the growing community, we've recently introduced a Business Directory for enhanced visibility. Join us on LinkedIn and stay connected with the ever-evolving textile landscape!

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