Iconic British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood is teaming up with London nightclub Fabric to host Mad Max themed club night with music from A Guy Called Gerald.

The night, titled Switch will be based around Westwood's Climate Revolution charity and is advertises as “an exclusive night in aid of climate change”.  

Alongside guest DJ sets, there will also be a speech from Westwood at the event and a talk from the green energy founder of Ecotricity, Dale Vince.

The dress code for the event is stated on the poster as “Mad Max”. This is to represent the continuation of Westwood’s environmental activism and reflecting what she has incorporated into her latest designs. She has previously stated that switching to green energy is the “one truly political act you can make as an individual”.

It hasn’t been long since Fabric reopened after a public battle over licensing regulations. Their opening evening saw high security and an announcement that Fabriclive will be reduced to a monthly slot.

Climate Revolution says SWITCH takes place at Fabric, London on 20 February. Will you be attending the event?