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Ethical Consumer magazine is calling on everyone to #FightFastFasthion.
They want as many people to get involved as possible by taking a photo of yourself in your favourite second-hand or long loved piece of clothing and sharing it using #FightFastFashion on Twitter or on Instagram – Read more »
Formed in November 1966, the specialist agency, which assists developing and middle income countries achieve sustainable industrial development, has been the driver behind thousands of successful initiatives to improve the lives of millions of the world’s poor. Read more »
Sancho’s Dress is a sustainable shop is based in Exeter Devon, unlike shops that you may find on the high street we source clothing that is certified fair trade and is constructed from sustainable natural materials. In our shop, we stock a carefully curated range of clothing, accessories and gifts from organic and fair trade producers. Online you can see the certification on each product page. Read more »
A pop-up shop in a Cowshed! Not many people can say they’ve had an offer like that! But before you conjure up images of milk churns and wellies let’s be clear – this shed is where you’re more likely to find a downward facing dog than a cow. For in April this year yoga guru, Niki Perry, opened the doors to her very own yoga studio and life for the hundred-year-old barn began anew. Read more »
Senegal. Eric thought he fulfilled his childhood ambitions (“family’s ambitions”) by pursuing a decade long career in Finance. However, attending UCLA Anderson had the opposite effect of cementing his career in this sector. Read more »
Silverstick is a British adventure goods company based in the South Downs National Park. We create high quality, eco-conscious clothing for outdoor people to explore the ocean, trail and mountains. Read more »
SWH: How and why was Mr Potter conceived? Vins: Mr.Potter was born during a night spent at one of our university dormroom where we used to hangout together during winter rainy evenings. Weirdly enough that night we ended up talking about the dark side of fashion. Read more »
Imagine being able to create fabulous jewellery from a metal with a dangerous and terrifying history… imagine homeless people who have became expert goldsmiths … close your eyes and hear the tap of hammers, the hissing of the blowtorch and the smell of waxes. Welcome to “EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE!” Read more »