Five years have passed since the Rana Plaza disaster, which killed 1,138 people and injured 2,500 more. The Rana Plaza building was a five story building housing garment factories for big global brands, and the victims were mostly young women. Continue reading It’s Time for a Fashion Revolution
Last week you may have seen our blog post featuring some of our favourite winter fashion pieces for women (if not you can take a look here!) This week we want to focus on our men’s fashion range because we think we have a really great selection this year, perfect for any ethical winter wardrobe.
You can take a look at all of our men’s clothing here, but for now take a look at some key pieces from Patagonia and Thought below.
Are you all set for your summer festival, but have you thought about what impact this has on the environment? Noise pollution, electricity, litter, nature, the list is endless. Festivals can only do so much with recycling, however here are some top tips to help you do your bit…. Continue reading How to have an ethical festival
The clothing we choose to sell is always either ethically made or made with eco-friendly, ethically sourced materials. We strive to support the sustainable fashion industry by offering you the choice of real, ethical alternatives to fast fashion. In this post I’d like to talk more about bamboo being used to make clothes, and look at why it can be a much better option for you as well as the environment. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Bamboo
See some of our top ethical fashion picks for this season. Our ethically made and sustainable clothing is created to high quality and ethical standards, designed to last through the seasons. Continue reading Summer Fashion Inspiration
The fashion industry is the world’s second most polluting industry, with the textile industry using more water than any other industry apart from agriculture. Cotton has been called the world’s dirtiest crop due to its heavy use of insecticides (almost 16% of all insecticides produced globally) and water, along with high greenhouse gas emissions and land use. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Organic Cotton
From the 18th to the 24th of April it’s Fashion Revolution Week and on the 24th it’s Fashion Revolution Day. Do you know what Fashion Revolution is? If not, let us tell you! Their aim is to raise awareness of the true cost of fashion, to make fashion a lot fairer and make sure the industry values people and the environment for a more sustainable future. Continue reading Fashion Revolution
If you browse our fashion range you’ll hopefully notice a theme – it’s made from sustainable materials. But what is a sustainable material, and why does it matter what your clothes are made of? Our shopping habits have changed over the last decade, we are buying more clothes than ever, and it’s having an impact on our environment. Sustainable materials are those that have minimal environmental impact when they are grown, made and degrade, typically the clothes made from these materials last longer too.