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Izzy Lane

izzy lane eco socksOver the last years Isobel has been campaigning for the welfare of animals both in food and fashion through her pioneering businesses Izzy Lane, Farmaround and Hen Nation. Please check out and support her new project on Kickstarter to produce a line of cruelty-free knitting yarn and beautiful wool socks and throws from her flock of rescued sheep – Read more »

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Ethical Stores guide

EthicalStores is a non-profit online marketplace. We allow any business that trades in products that don’t contain animal derivatives, or are tested on animal, to create a free store. Read more »

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Progressive Fashion Concept Store

everything must go concept store

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FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK #whomademyclothes?

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Fashion Revolution is now a global movement of people like you. Find out how to get involved here and watch The True Cost (of Fashion) film here.

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5 Ways to Decorate for a Green Holiday

When the holidays roll around, many people are so overwhelmed by everything that they don’t even realize how much extra waste they are producing. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, household waste in the U.S. increases between 25 percent, creating one million extra tons of waste sitting in landfills.

eco christmas decorationsFinding ethically sourced decorations, or creating your own, can reduce a tremendous amount of waste while responsibly contributing to the economy and livelihood of workers. Here are a few ideas to make your holidays a little more green… Read more »

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Contemporary Craft and Design Fair

Handpicked by a panel of industry experts, the show is the perfect opportunity to meet over 120 of the UK’s finest designer-makers and to discover beautiful, bespoke pieces for fashion and interiors.  Treat yourself or someone special… Read more »

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I am not brave

Mallorie Carrington Smart GlamourI grew up as a tall, thin, lanky child and teenager. I didn’t know it at the time – but I’ve always had thin privilege. Now I’m a tall, curvy, thin woman and I know that I still have thin privilege. I can shop at any store – I can even shop at sample sales. I find my size easily – and no one judges me for wearing whatever I please (or at least not because someone my size and shape “shouldn’t” be wearing that.) Read more »

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