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To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing out the World?

To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing out the World? – Lucy Siegle

Written in 2011 by Lucy Siegle, a British Journalist and ethical living columnist for The Observer. To Die For was nominated for the Orwell Prize in 2012. Lucy is one of the filmmakers on The True Cost Movie. I haven’t read this book yet but it is on my reading list. I will update this article when I have finished reading the book. Buy new from Waterstones Buy used from AbeBooks

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Zen Koan Chakras

Zen Koan

This new exciting range of comfy t-shirts, sweatshirts and prints from Zen Koan is inspired.

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The Emperor’s Old Clothes

The Emperor’s Old Clothes are a living wage employer which means every member of their team is paid the living wage or higher. The transparency of their clothes production is outlined clearly on thier website.

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Larsson & Jennings

Larsson & Jennings are a watch & accessories brand that is 100% vegan and cruelty-free and put sustainability first. Bringing together influences from Stockholm & London.

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Rapanui Packaging

Let’s talk about packaging…

Since I started buying my clothing from sustainable companies, I have really loved seeing all the eco-friendly packaging the items arrive in. Most of them are now using recycled paper and there’s no plastic in sight. Here’s a few of our favourites: 1) Rapanui I love the custom design Recycled material stickers Plastic-free packaging 2) TWOTHIRDS 3) Thought* 4) Lucy & Yak The items come in these cute bags too:

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A zero-waste system that eliminates overproduction? Sounds impossible, but TWOTHIRDS achieve this with their pre-order system.

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