Wearing your heart on your sleeve

In an industry notorious for its ignorance towards several different ethical problems, Katharine Hamnett’s name stands loudly and proudly apart from that of the typical designer, whose main concern is selling vast swathes of garments. Beginning in the early 1980s, Hamnett’s somewhat unorthodox approach to political activism skyrocketed her to fame; as the creator of […]

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Questionable Vintage

Someone once said, ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’. This image of unwanted possessions, not deemed good enough for oneself but fine for another, still taints charity shop clothing today. Many people chose to avoid going into charity shops to look for clothing due to the stigma that appears to be attached to it. […]

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Interview : Rebecca Desnos

  Why did you decide to follow a career in Ethical Fashion?   I design and create a range of naturally dyed textiles where everything is handmade and dyed by me. It’s vital that I source my materials responsibly; my fabrics (bamboo and organic cotton) are produced sustainably and I use only natural dyes. When someone […]

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