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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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WIN a luxurious Peregrine wool scarf

Liv scarfLiv are offering you 10% OFF at liv.co.uk when you enter the code STYLEHEART*. They’re also kindly giving you the chance to win a gorgeous merino wool scarf worth £36 from British brand Peregrine! Read more »

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Handmade in Britain 2014

hand made in britain event november 2014

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‘The Epic Thread’ by The Fabelists

The thought provoking animation features a fearless young girl and her pet pug Tony, who follow a piece of thread on the girl’s t-shirt. The thread takes them on an adventure through the life of the clothing, starting from her bedroom and ending up at the very farm where the cotton was grown. www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPzmZrczOYM Read more »

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From Mexico with love

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Fabrica Social is a Mexico City-based social enterprise dedicated to supporting and promoting the work and traditional knowledge of indigenous artisans throughout Mexico. The women create unique hand-crafted contemporary clothing, accessories and homeware that are sold in boutiques and museums  across the world.

 

 

 

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Mayamiko in Vogue

Mayamiko, the cool fashion label that uses traditional African printed cotton, will be featured in September’s Vogue! Read more »

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Here Today Here Tomorrow

Anna, Emma, Julia & Katelyn, four enterprising female designers based in East London, committed to sustainable fashion.  Their goal is to work with hand weavers in Nepal, revitalising a dying craft and protecting livelihoods, whilst creating a contemporary and sophisticated collection that will appeal to the discerning customer. Read more »

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