Rose from ClosureLondon.com shares some tips Gen Z uses to upcycle clothes and bring them new life – helping them to reduce their carbon footprint. We all talk about ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’; however, it can easy to forget about upcycling. While there are many things you can reuse, like […]
Vishal shares her dos and don’ts of adopting a slow fashion mindset. In a fast-paced and constantly modernising world, slow fashion is the direct opposite of fast fashion – a way of controlling the pollution and waste created by the fashion industry every day. The slow fashion movement promotes conscious production, mindful
Elizabeth shares some top tips on how consumers can avoid greenwashing. Unsure of what greenwashing means in practice? Read on to find out more. With awareness of the negative impact of climate change on the rise, consumers are increasingly looking for ways to make sure they’re being eco-friendly. Companies around
To help you create a capsule wardrobe full of environmentally friendly staples, here are my top five top tips for finding clothing made ethically and sustainably. And, if you would like to learn more about the importance of combating fast fashion, Solo Living has a great guide to slow fashion that’s well worth a
Emily Tebbutt is the Jewellery Commercial Manager at Ramsdens Jewellery. Here, she shares her top 5 tips if you are interested in creating a capsule jewellery collection that stands the test of time.
If there are a couple of things we can be sure of in these dynamic and exciting times, it is that change is inevitable. We have more choice today, impacting all areas of our lives, compared to previous generations and this only looks set to accelerate and amplify. Consumer choice
Modern fashion, new clothing trends and shopping fads all tend to be what is termed as fast fashion. Clothing is made and sold relatively inexpensively meaning that there is a constant merry go round of people discarding ‘old’ items in favour of the next fashion statement. It’s also what we
Many of us will have been raised to be careful with money, and to know a bargain when we see it. As a nation, we love ‘cheap but cheerful’ stores, but have you ever stopped to think about how that new bargain dress that you just bought has impacted the