The True Cost is a massive eye-opener into the fashion industry. The impact on the environment and the people who work within it. It is truly shocking. This documentary made me commit to never purchasing another item of clothing that isn’t sustainably produced. To ensure nobody or the environment suffers for my purchase.
When you decide to “go vegan”, it can be very daunting to know where to start. Once you have your diet sorted, it’s not unusual to start thinking about all the other areas of our lives and how they impact animals. Our aim is for this guide to help you decode the fashion industry and to shop in a sustainable, vegan friendly way.
Rainbows have become a symbol of hope during the UK pandemic lockdown. What better time to add some rainbow colours to your wardrobe? It all
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When you get dressed for your run, is your outfit kind to the environment and ethical? We’ve put together a selection of our favourite eco-friendly brands to kit you out from head to toe. Today we’re showcasing BAM, who produce soft bamboo running gear and is a brand with sustainability at its core.
As someone who works from home normally, I know how important it is to maintain some distinction between working/family life. One way of doing this is to get dressed in business wear for working hours.
We are all thinking about our impact on the environment and on how our clothes are produced. Even buying the little things like socks in
Where does the fabric that makes my bag come from? Is it sustainable and friendly to the environment? Is it vegan? We’re on the search
As a wedding photographer (second shooter), it takes a fair bit of trial and error when it comes to what to wear when working at