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Second Hand September

There are two pretty exciting campaigns going on in the month of September, both of which I will feature on my blog. Both make huge contributions to the world of green fashion and beauty, and both provide lots of opportunities to get involved, which is even more excellent. 484 more words


Labels we love | Skunkfunk

The awesome thing about being a blogger is that people will tell you about brands that might be of interest for you. So a couple of weeks ago the guys from… 455 more words


Halfway through the Sustainable Fashion Challenge 

A couple of weeks ago I finished working at the Summer Camp that I was using as my nice little summer job. Since finishing, I’ve really been able to invest some time and energy in to my blog, which I have absolutely loved being able to do! 402 more words

Ethical Fashion

'Britain's Spending Secrets' - totally worth a watch

This is really not a post I thought I’d ever be writing, but here goes – I’m about to recommend a documentary in which Anne Robinson is the star. 243 more words

Ethical Fashion

Easy steps for going eco-fashion

Dress up with ethical values.

The impacts of the fashion supply chain are vast. I’m going to set aside discussion of humans and animals and focus solely on the environmental costs.  638 more words


New Series! Brands you can feel comfortable buying - New Balance

While I’ve been on the hunt for clothes with more eco creds, it’s no secret that these aren’t exactly readily available on the good old British High Street (and if they are, they probably cost an absolute bomb.) As a student, I really don’t have the funds I need to be able to afford the incredible and totally lust worthy creations of designers like Stella McCartney (a lifelong vegetarian committed to making sustainable fashion luxe and cruelty free), or even really the gorgeous dresses on People Tree. 463 more words

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Brand Highlight: Reformation

Environmentally conscious fashion brands aren’t synonymous with ponchos and mismatched fabric patches, anymore. I was thrilled when I learned of Reformation. The company is vertically integrated meaning that everything is located in one building, from the CEO’s office to the production of the dresses. 505 more words