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  • Stabo - the ethical jacket for stormy weather

    By Staff | Men

    Stabo, based in East England, design and make their own range of clothing and accessories mostly by hand, upcycling and improvising materials along the way. Made in the UK from British waxed cotton, this jacket has been designed and tested by Stab...


  • Consumers want to shop + be responsible to society / environment

    By Kate | News

    This is reprinted from "Aspirational Consumers Unite Style, Sustainability to Shape Market Trends" Is there such a thing as sustainable consumption? A new study by BBMG, GlobeScan and SustainAbility finds that a majority of consumers across six in...


  • Forget Me Not - vintage accessory boutique in Paris 2e

    By Kamila | Women

    After enjoying the ancient treasures of the Louvre, a short walk through the 2e arrondissement will lead you to another treasure trove to savour: vintage boutique Forget Me Not. The Paris vintage boutique Forget Me Not is the 'baby' of Hafi Barron...


  • Estethica AW13 - the ethical fashion showcase inspires

    By Emma | Women

    As the eyes of the fashion industry focus more and more on the talent coming out of London Fashion Week each season, it was Estethica that really made an impact. The ethical fashion showcase was founded seven years ago and is now arguably the world h...


  • Amanda reviews: Sprout Watches

    By Amanda | Women

    I feel like everyone is on a watch kick lately. Now I can take part in the trend, thanks to my new Sprout watch. However unlike most watches out there, mine is eco-friendly! I am excited to review my new watch for Magnifeco. Although no one would...


  • 'Red Carpet Green Dress' goes gold for Oscar

    By Staff | Women

    The ‘Red Carpet Green Dress’ initiative has collaborated with Greenpeace International at this year’s Oscars to deliver the dress that will be worn by Naomie Harris, the latest Bond Girl, and designed by Michael Badger under the guidance of Dam...


  • London Calling: AW13 Trends from LFW

    By Emma | Women

    No longer content with being the little brother (or sister, we're all about equal rights here) of the fashion week season, London has, thanks to the investment and support of the British Fashion Council as well as the committment of exciting designer...


  • Elizabeth Dunn: bespoke, transeasonal, hand-made shoes

    By Kate | Women

    Elizabeth Dunn is a London-based shoe designer. Possessing a passion for traditional English shoemaking, she graduated from Cordwainers - London College Of Fashion, trained in producing hand made shoes through both traditional and modern techniques....


  • Fourzero; ethically made to keep newborns secure

    By Kate | Kids

    The tiny, delicate features of newborns, make everyone want to tuck them in and keep them swaddled and safe. Now, out of Australia, comes an ethically-based, newborn specific label that has the same intent. Fourzero, based in Queensland, produces a...


  • Designer Spotlight: Sonja den Elzen

    By Meg | Women

    Thieves Boutique offered a carefully curated collection of the most innovative, quality ethical fashion for men and women in Toronto. It was the spring of 2012, when this gem shut its doors as a commitment to practicing values integral to sustainabil...