Journal

  • The Top 10 Sustainable Designers in London

    By Naomi Weir  The most important London-based designers championing sustainability in 2022.   1. Stella McCartney First on our list is the one an...
  • We Need to Talk About Cotton

    Written by Rory Quick  Image by Better Cotton. Access here: https://bettercotton.org/2020-sustainable-cotton-ranking-launched/  From jeans to lin...
  • Sustainability in Luxury Fashion: Inside the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Haute Couture

    Written by Myrto With a global climate crisis on the constant rise and having survived, and still surviving, a worldwide pandemic, the pressure is ...
  • How to Start Eating Green

    Written by Bethany We are all hyper aware of the climate crisis conversation that is encompassing our day-to-day lives at the moment. Some of us ma...
  • Wardrobe Story: Rosie

    For our next Wardrobe Story we have interviewed the lovely Rosie who is a model and sustainable fashion influencer (pretty much just super cool)...
  • My Experience Trying the Re_considered Upcycling Service

    Written by Em Goodman As it’s now the first of October, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on my experience taking part in Second-hand Se...
  • The Basics of Hand Embroidery: How to Upcycle Your Old Clothes and Accessories

    Written by Eleanor Binns Bored of looking at the same items in your wardrobe? This can happen to us all. But before going on a spending spree and b...
  • Wardrobe Story: Wear It Your Way (Sandy)

    For members of the LGBTQIA+ community, what we wear or how we choose to present ourselves can be our only way of self-expression, depending of course on our living and working situation. Some may wear a kind of uniform for most of our working lives so breaking out of that stale uniform into our preferred clothing, or armour as I like to say, can be our only way of feeling confident, empowered and gorgeous.
  • Wardrobe Story: Dhanya

    The wonderful Dhanya (of @slowfashiondiariesofmrsd) talks us through her relationship to clothes and how she went from being addicted to fast fashi...
  • Wardrobe Story: Jack

    For our third wardrobe story this series we interviewed Jack - a model who looks like he could be Super Hans' best friend and who has some wonderfu...
  • Wardrobe Stories: Emma

    Emma, the lovely designer behind Haus Dahlia uses her clothes as form of escapism, a way of expressing herself, and tells us how and why they can b...
  • Wardrobe Stories: Myrtó

    Written by Myrtó    02:00 Now it’s starting to hurt. Mom doesn’t think much of it, as I would often bother her at night. She wears the navy blue, ...