Today on the People Tree blog, we are all excited about the brand new Pants To Poverty range! The UK’s leading sustainable underwear brand have been very busy and are launching their new Fashion Revolution Collection, shot at their birth place – The Royal Exchange in the heart of London. They are good friends in the Fair Trade movement and they’ve been making glorious Fair Trade and organic pants for nine years, since their first collection as part of Nelson Mandela’s Global Campaign to Make Poverty History.


This year Pants To Poverty were part of the global Fashion Revolution Day campaign, which mobilised thousands of people around the world to help prevent disasters like Rana Plaza from ever happening again. A cause everyone here at People Tree fully supports. In London and in India they held “The Pantrepreneur Challenge”, where the winners travelled to meet the makers of their amazing pants.


Pants To Poverty are an inspiration, they want to raise “undie-wearness” and change the world!

Check out their new and improved website

Thank you for reading and from everyone at Pants To Poverty and People Tree – as Pants to Poverty love to say HAVE A  PANTASTIC Day!

If you require more information about the range please get in touch with the Marketing Director, Romain Renoux:

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