Adapt Launch Latest Collab ‘Protest Gear’ With Renowned Climate Activists

The collection boasts wearables that enable protest messages to be worn both in and out of demonstrations.

October 30th 2020

Climate club, Adapt, celebrate their latest initiative that sees them collaboratively partner with renowned climate activists, artists and creatives for a curated online exhibition debuting their latest launch; Protest Gear.

Inspired by football scarfs, the collection contains satire slogans as a creative response to protests. Scarfs will be the first Project Gear offering as part of ever-growing sustainably produced collection.

Protest Gear will come in the form of various collections and will encompass a range of exciting creative outlets, from artist collaborations, online exhibitions, purchasable sustainable pieces and free tools.

For this debut concept, Adapt curated a selection of artists, encompassing their main social passions and causes. Collaborators include Head of Design at Fashion Revolution; Emily Sear, Climate Researcher and Communicator Joycelyn Longdon (aka Climate In Colour), Knitwear designer Mia Rodney, RCA Artist Carolina Lindberg, Digital Artist Anke Sondi and Fashion Designer & founder of DOT+ABOVE Begoña Toledo.

Adapt duo Richard Ashton and Josie Tucker have specially designed two made to order, sustainable scarves to fundraise for Climate NGO, Client Earth. The two scarf designs – reading ‘CLIMATE JUSTICE’ and ‘FUCK YOUR CO2’.

The online exhibition launches on the 30th October with made-to-order styles available to buy through Adapt. All proceeds raised from the scarf sales will be split between project collaborators and donated to Climate NGO; Client Earth.

Get a first look at the collection below.