Take a look at some easy ways to make more sustainable choices without missing out on the things you love.
No one should be limited with the way they want to express themselves. But when it equals devastating impacts on the environment, then it’s time to question whether it’s actually worth it.
Sustainability isn’t easy and comes at a cost to any brand. Benoit Soucaret at LiveArea explains that it can be the elephant in the room for many brands, who say the right things but take little action.
Take a look at some of the most widely-used sustainable fabrics and don’t forget to check out the labels on your next shopping trip to see if you can help to reduce your impact on the planet.
Naturally, we’re all a bit tempted to update our wardrobes for the coming season but thinking about where and how you shop can help to make a difference.
If you’re a little stuck on how to shop for sustainable fashion that fits your budget, check out these tips on the best ways to be a conscious fashion consumer.
It seems everyone is trying to reduce their ecological footprint in some way or another in 2019. But how are they doing it?
If you’re keen to improve your fashion footprint, take a look at The Sole Supplier’s sustainable sneakers buying guide and get inspired.
Check out the ways that both shoppers and brands are adapting to not only bring newness to the fashion industry but also a conscious newness
Check out our interview with knitwear designer Valentina Karellas on the future of sustainable fashion and her brand
To give you some insight into this much-talked-about topic, we asked 13 experts across different industries to share their thoughts on what sustainability means to them.
It can be challenging to know where and how to buy luxury fashion accessories to complement your style. So check out these tips from the experts Cudoni.
Take a look at the mobile app that’s helping consumers make ethical and sustainable fashion choices
We love talking to designers about what inspires their amazing collections. Check out our interview with ethical silver and fine jewellery designer Arabel Lebrusan.
Fashion Revolution Week, the annual global campaign calling for a fairer, safer, more transparent fashion industry, will run from Monday 22nd – Sunday 28th April 2019.
We chat to Andrea Oneto, designer and owner of Alpaca Samka as she prepares to showcase her collections at Fashions Finest AW18.
British Style Society talks to Nina Kovacevic, designer and founder of sustainable fashion label War & Drobe.
Ethical fashion brands are looking fresh, fun, fashion-forward and (relatively) inexpensive, so which brands do you need to know about?