Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Tipping Point

I feel the need today, to reflect on all the developments I’ve discovered in the world of ethical fashion and to ponder where this movement is headed. There are a lot of amazing things happening, from fabric innovation to creative … Continue reading

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Patriot Gains

I hate the idea of this blog becoming a collection of, “I think this is cool – look at it” posts, without much opinion or analysis but unfortunately (or fortunately) this project ticks all the boxes, so I don’t know … Continue reading

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I Love Lucy

Ethical fashion has been lurking in the back of my mind for a few years but I only recently discovered Lucy Siegle. She never registered on my radar before, probably because living in France obscured my vision of most British … Continue reading

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MADE makes the grade

I’ve been a fan of MADE jewellery since I first purchased a pair of MADE earrings in Topshop a few years ago. I wore them to death i.e. until I lost one… and then immediately purchased another pair. Last week … Continue reading

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Where to begin?

I’ve been researching ethical fashion for a while and every time I feel like I’ve got a handle on it, I learn something new or gain a new perspective that changes everything. Like all causes or objectives, there are a … Continue reading

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