Have you ever pulled open the doors of your wardrobe, only to find yourself muttering (or groaning loudly) that you have nothing to wear? Yes, so have I. At this point it can be tempting to rush out and buy something new, fun and affordable. But if it’s this kind of quick-fix buying that leads to the ‘nothing to wear’ dilemma in the first place, then we’re just running in circles.
We all love a little luxury now and then! But when it comes to achieving your favourite runway looks, it can be difficult to find brands that meet your values. We know you still want to look fabulous, and you’re absolutely entitled to it. So if you want to feel at ease with the purchases you make, take a look at these ethical alternatives to luxury brand items you may be coveting.
The summer holidays are the perfect time to relax with a good book. To help you create a shortlist, we’ve asked three amazing women to review ground-breaking books which delve deep into the world of fashion.
I love it when I discover a brand that’s creating stunning ethical fashion. It’s something special, however, when you realise they’re also making life better for women. Raven + Lily is a fashion label dedicated to empowering
Children of Promise (COP) is a Wellington-based womenswear label and social enterprise that empowers women to do good through fashion.
Spring has finally sprung and we’re excited to start dusting off our favourite lighter pieces for the warmer seasons. But while the sun is shining longer and our favourite flowers are coming into bloom, it’s easy to get caught out by those lingering winter chills.
Shopping ethically without depleting your bank account isn’t always easy, especially when you have a penchant for style. The good news is we’re here to help make your conscious shopping journey much easier!
What do old uniforms, a fashion label and a university have in common? It might sound like the setup for a less-than-hilarious joke, but we sure love the punch line. New Zealand social enterprise, Space Between, combines all three to bring a quirky fashion label to the marketplace. They call it design led activism and we decided to find out more.
Spring has officially sprung, making this the perfect time to get beach ready. If you’ve been indulging in a little winter hibernation don’t fear, this isn’t one of those articles. We know that the only thing you need to do to get a bikini body is to put a bikini (or tankini, or one piece, or sarong) on your body! That’s why we wanted to give you our list of eco and ethical swimwear brands suitable for every body, budget and style.
It’s here. That time of year when everyone seems to be getting married. And while we love our friends and their special days, it can be a bit stressful trying to buy a dress that isn’t too white, too black or too revealing, and will still look great when people are looking back on the photos in 20 years time (yes, I’m thinking of you, retro ‘80s shoulder pads). Continue Reading