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How Ecopel is Making Faux Fur Sustainable

How Ecopel is Making Faux Fur Sustainable

Something is shifting on international catwalks: after decades of pressure from animal rights organisations and activists, top-name designer brands like Gucci, Michael Kors, Versace, Burberry, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Prada – all former supporters of the fur trade – have now refused to work with animal fur. The Fashion Weeks of Oslo, Helsinki, Amsterdam,...

10 Ethical Vegan Fashion Brands to Watch in 2020

10 Ethical Vegan Fashion Brands to Watch in 2020

There is no denying that vegan fashion has boomed over the last few years – and 2020 is set to take the trend even further into here-to-stay territory. A record number of people have signed up to take the Veganuary pledge this month, bringing the animal-free lifestyle into the spotlight when it comes to everything...

Going Plant-Based in 2020: Everything You Need to Know

Going Plant-Based in 2020: Everything You Need to Know

So you’ve decided that 2020 is the year when you will make the switch to a plant-based way of life. Maybe you’re worried about the ongoing climate crisis (aren’t we all?), and have read the headlines about recent research from Oxford University that has found that the single biggest way to reduce your impact on...

How to Fall Back In Love With What’s Already In Your Wardrobe

How to Fall Back In Love With What’s Already In Your Wardrobe

It’s hardly news that our consistent over-consumption of fashion is putting strain on the planet. Due to its contribution to pollution, resource depletion and greenhouse gas emissions, fashion is considered one of the most environmentally harmful industries in the world. Constant production also contributed to creating a working environment of modern slavery, where workers are...

Why Your New Year’s Resolutions Should Include Shopping Second-Hand Fashion

Why Your New Year’s Resolutions Should Include Shopping Second-Hand Fashion

At the beginning of last season, you might have noticed something different in your social media feeds. The hashtag #SecondHandSeptember, initiated by anti-poverty charity Oxfam, took over Instagram and to a certain extent, Twitter, to celebrate the many advantages of second-hand style. Celebrated by fashion tastemakers and ethical-living advocates, #SecondHandSeptember encouraged style lovers to dedicate...