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Interview: LaurenceAirline

LaurenceAirline is so much more than a menswear label. The creative brainchild of Ivorian fashion designer Laurence Chauvin Buthaud, the luxury brand not only celebrates the richness of African culture via its aesthetic, which incorporates contemporary minimalist silhouettes and bold patterns, it also stands at the forefront of sustainable



Interview: I See a Different You

Vuyo Mpantsha and twins Justice Mukheli and Innocent Mukheli make up I See a Different You, a photography collective from Soweto who depict South Africa as they see it. Shunning Africa’s stereotypical media image, the creative trio combine fashion, art and photography to document their environment and transmit a



News: Veja x Greg Asner

Veja, the ethically-minded French footwear brand has always taken a refreshingly different approach to fashion. Since its birth in 2004, the brand has been dedicated to using organic, ethically-sourced materials, as well as campaigning against deforestation and for the protection of workers’ rights.

Now, with the launch of a …



Ada Zanditon presents Tigress Reign SS13

Ethical womenswear designer Ada Zanditon has unveiled her Tigress Reign SS13 collection – which she recently debuted at LFW – and you can check out a rather action-packed video showing off her latest work, below.

It’s a bit of an epic; ranging from exotic bars, to Babylonian ruins, to the …



Clean Up Or Die – Katharine Hamnett

As A/W11 collections filter into shops there will be one to stand out amongst the crowd for the environmental conscious. British designer Katharine Hamnett has put together her collection Clean Up or Die, is luxury sportswear at it’s best. With cozy sweaters, tees, and bottoms, you’ll look wonderful, and be …



Designer Profile: Gudrun & Gudrun

The Faroe Islands: isolated, often overlooked, yet rich in culture and inspiration for Gudrun Ludvig, co-owner of knitwear label Gudrun & Gudrun. The label is completely organic and proud of its sustainable foundation: all the resources such as lambskin, yarn and fish leather are surplus products of other local industry.


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Environmentally-Friendly: Interview with Amelia Gregory

Amelia Gregory studied Fashion Textiles at Brighton University.  After ‘faffing around’ (not my words, but hers) for several years and doing a bucketload of grotty work experience placements, Amelia decided to stick it to the man and go it alone freelancing.  Whilst working as a stylist, she became frustrated with …



Guilty Feet? Slip them in a Veja

The prospect of ethical fashion is fast becoming a trend all of its own as this umbrella term encompasses all aspects of the industry and what is on offer is in turn becoming more and more desirable. Today, fashion with a conscience that is style-led and accessible to the masses …


Emma Watson for People Tree

Her profile reads as nauseatingly perfect; not only is she beautiful, young and rich she is also a fashion darling and high achieving Ivy League student. Now, thanks to a new collaboration with People Tree, Emma Watson can add fashion designer with a conscience to her ever expanding CV.

In …


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Ethical Insights #1: Olga Olsson

Following last week’s ethical fashion rant I was inundated by ethical brands on Twitter.  I even received what I believe to be my first (OK, second), abusive tweet…best not let them know I wear fur, eh! Anyway, one of my new eco Twitter followers is swimwear brand Olga Olsson.  And …