Christmas is a time of giving.
We present gifts to one another and exchange season’s greetings with our neighbours, work colleagues, and friends. We dedicate time to our loved ones, and energy towards celebrating the end of another busy year and, for many of us, the rare occurrence of everyone being home at the same time! Read More
Tencel is increasingly the fabric of choice for ethical and conscious clothing brands. It’s light and versatile, and is widely used in casual wear. But what is Tencel? We’ve put together a cheatsheet to help demystify this fabric and put the power back in your hands. Read More
Are you worried that your budget combined with your love of fashion will overrule your desire to shop ethically? Scared of being forced to opt for cheap and nasty over ecochic? Never fear! Here are 8 tips to create a versatile and ethical wardrobe without breaking the bank. Read More
For eco-conscious fashion fans, making clothes last longer is the first step to an ethical and sustainable wardrobe. Not only does it save us time and money, it cuts our consumption and helps to reduce our carbon footprint.
Citizen Wolf started with a very simple idea: what if clothes were made to fit you, and not the other way around? Meet the fashion label that allows you to build an ethical wardrobe that’s truly tailored to your needs! Read More
Since 1987, Kathmandu have been building a culture of sustainability. This year as they celebrate their 30-year milestone, they’ve set their sights even higher – moving beyond sustainability towards a business that puts back more than it takes out. Read More
They’ve gone from humble beginnings as comfortable boots for housewives in post-WW2 Germany to one of the most iconic British shoes repped by punks and musicians, and now by many other youth subcultures worldwide. Dr. Martens or “Docs” have certainly had an unforgettable style journey since their appearance in the ‘40s. But are they ticking the right boxes for people, planet, and animals? Read More
While no one’s about to say ‘no thanks’ to a freshly cracked coconut on a white sandy beach somewhere, we’re all drawn to travel for something more – the journey. Opening ourselves up to these adventures provides the perfect canvas for self-discovery and figuring out what really matters to us. Read More