Wool Week, organised by The Campaign for Wool is celebrated annually to highlight the importance of permanence and sustainability in today’s buy now, throw away tomorrow fashion culture. This year Wool Week runs from Sunday 9th October until Sunday 16th
I’ve got the heater on in my little office. I probably need to switch it off soon but it was the first morning in a long time I felt chilly and I refuse to put another layer on. I’m not ready
So how’s your Organic September going? Do you care where the food you eats come from? Organic means working with nature, not against it. It means higher levels of animal welfare, lower levels of pesticides, no manufactured herbicides or artificial
After another summer of music festivals I thought I’d like to have a crack at organising one myself, on a much smaller scale of course. Every October Oxfam run a month-long music festival, their largest music event and the UK’s biggest festival line-up!
I remember hot, sticky, summer car journeys as pretty hellish experiences when I was a child but times have changed – children and parents alike no longer dread a road trip, with 1 in 10 kids complaining when a journey ends. Why?
Wow this summer is whizzing by, already half way through August and we’re really packing it in! Just back from a wonderful relaxing family beach holiday in Dorset straight off the back of our amazing weekend at Camp Bestival. This was our second
Showcasing another lovely, forward thinking ethical fashion brand on today’s Ethical Tuesday. Alternative Fashion is an eco chic womenswear brand which launched in the spring of 2015. Designer and owner Alyssa Couture is also an eco fashion + style expert,
This time next week I’ll be at the wonderful Camp Bestival with my family and a gang of lovely friends. Excitement is building and my girls have been counting down the days since March. They know what to expect this year,
Fresh onto the ethical fashion scene is P.i.C! That’s ‘partners in crime’ and they have not only produced their very own 8 piece capsule collection but they are soon to introduce a number of other ethical fashion brands to their
Guest Post by Emma from a UK charity who are changing the lives of women and children in Bangladesh. They are now looking at expanding the scarves into a fully trading business for the charity so read their story and spread the
Recently I received a lovely email from Christi at CRASH Jewellery. They make eco-friendly jewellery (for men and women) from the metal of luxury cars that have been in slight fender-benders. Their Los Angeles studio is in a body shop that works exclusively on late-model
Last year I was contacted by Tsia from Language of the birds, a print driven, ethically produced, independent clothing line based in New York and Hawaii. Tsia is a born and bred New Yorker who designs unique dresses and tops