A crisp, well-cut blazer is a truly timeless wardrobe staple. It can easily take you from a work meeting, to lunch, and even out for a dinner date. It is the perfect piece that you can wear all year round. So look no further – we’ve compiled a list of 5 stylish and ethically-made blazers that you can invest in and keep for years to come. Read More
Animal welfare may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to fashion. But if you love our furry, feathery and scaly friends as much as we do, then there are a few things you should know before you shop. Read More
When most of us think of vegan fashion, images of baggy hemp shirts and daggy, orthopaedic grandma shoes immediately spring to mind. This may have once been the case, but not anymore! Read More
If you’ve never heard of viscose, you may know it by another name, rayon. It’s a semi-synthetic fibre that is made from trees – but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s any better for the environment, or for you. Read More
It’s not just apparel that can fall prey to the fast fashion monster. Jewellery can also be designed without regard for people, the environment and longevity. Thankfully, there are beautiful jewellery brands around that are creating ethical and timeless pieces. Read More
Founded in 1969 in California, fast-fashion giant Gap Inc has 4,000 stores worldwide. Over the decades Gap has built its name as a household favourite and go-to for fashionable and affordable clothing. But how ethical is Gap when it comes to its policies on labour rights, environmental sustainability, and animal welfare?
Nordstrom is currently the second most popular fashion brand among US millennials aged 18-34. Though the brand is classed as ‘luxury’ and has a number of designer collections, a high price tag doesn’t necessarily guarantee the products were produced under ethical or environmentally sustainable conditions. Read More