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AmaElla

First and foremost, AmaElla lingerie is beautiful. A quick look at their Instagram or website will show you an artful combination of strong and delicate colours and patterns. Deep navy velvet trim on crisp white linen sits alongside delicate florals in lilac and blue and the softest blush pink… and (spoiler alert) there’s red to come. Sounds like I have ...

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Mindless collaboration

We’re all in this together, right? All of us who love ethical fashion and are inspired by its ability to change the world are likely to achieve more if we work together. Whether sharing ideas via online forums or chatting with other conscious fashion fans via Instagram… personally, sharing the journey and connecting with others drives up both my inspiration ...

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Ethical fashion in plus sizes

A friend has asked me to put together a list of ethical brands which cater to size 18-20… Here is what I could find: Gudrun Sjoden – always a favourite for beautiful shapes and colours in all sizes. You’ll love the fact they use a diverse range of models, and that the clothing wears well. Save some cash by signing ...

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iLE AiYE knitwear

Cherylline Price iLE AiYE ethical fashion

Handmade knits… At the heart of any ethical fashion winter wardrobe has to be a collection of knitwear. From super-snuggly angora for the snowiest days to lightweight trans-seasonal pieces that give your summer clothes an extra few weeks of wear, knitwear is an absolute must have. And if, like me, you love the eclectic charm of handknits but lack the ...

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Monkee Genes

ethical fashion denim jeans brand Monkee Genes

Monkee Genes: everything you could ask for in an ethical denim jeans brand, and very loud and proud about promoting their values. The first thing you see when you open a parcel from Monkey Genes is one big, bold label announcing… ‘No slave labour, no child labour, no blood, no sweat, no tears.’ …doesn’t that make you happy? Because this ...

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Katharine Hamnett

Ethical fashionista Katharine Hamnett

There are sooooo many reasons to love Katharine Hamnett! …because she has been sassy forever, advising the world on all the biggest issues via slogan t-shirts: From CHOOSE LIFE in 1981 to CHOOSE LOVE in 2017 with EDUCATION NOT MISSILES, WORLDWIDE NUCLEAR BAN NOW, PEACE, SAVE THE WORLD, SAVE OUR SEAS, SAVE THE FUTURE and CANCEL BREXIT to name just ...

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Acne Studios

ethical outerwear

Suddenly, we all want Acne… Acne Studios is an ethical ready-to-wear fashion brand which features sublimely quirky tailoring and an eclectic mix of custom-developed fabrics. You get the feeling that every detail on every garment is unique to the brand, down to the last oversized button, asymmetrical collar or monogrammed feature-zipper. It’s a bold brand – you won’t find someone ...

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Go on! Take the ethical fashion plunge

The reason people don’t buy ethical fashion is usually for one of two reasons; They think it’s too expensive or They don’t know what to buy But soooo many of us aspire to be conscious consumers and value both the products we buy and, in principle at least, the people who make them. Fashion should be fun and creative, a ...

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Nobody’s Child

Ethical fashion for teens

Ethical fashion for teens and young people While organic and ethical babies’ and children’s clothing abounds, it suddenly dries up once your child turns about ten. By the time you have a teenager, you are often left with few options that are nothing short of compromise. This brand saves the day. Mums and Dads looking to help their teens make ...

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Gudrun Sjödén

 Though I’m never quite sure how to say it out loud, Gudrun Sjödén (Good-run Show-den?!) is one of my favourite ethical fashion brands. Not only are her clothes fresh with colour and pattern, she is an inspired pioneer of ethical and environmentally responsible clothing. Way before the #fashionrevolution began, Gudrun was pairing quirky prints with her hallmark stripes and encouraging women ...

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