Monthly Archives: June 2011

Carbon Neutral Lingerie a Success for M&S

Last April M&S launched a range of carbon neutral lingerie under the Autograph collection, called ‘Leaves’. Now they have announced that their Leaves collection multi-way bra has been a best seller. M&S have hailed the success to customer’s desire for … Continue reading

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Lost Property of London

I got this fabulous Lost Property of London bag for my birthday. I wanted a rucksack to use on a daily basis for uni (thank god rucksacks are cool again . . . they are cool again aren’t they?). The … Continue reading

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Vivienne Westwood Ethical Kenyan Bags

Vivienne Westwood is often considered responsible for bringing modern punk into mainstream fashion, maybe now she can do the same for ethical fashion. Vivienne Westwood has launched a new range of ethical bags for A/W ’11-’12. Previewed at trade show … Continue reading

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WWF Stand at Ikea: World Environment Day

Last Sunday (5th June 2011) I helped to run a WWF stand at Ikea Southampton. WWF is the world’s leading conservation body, working towards safeguarding the natural world. They have been working with Ikea for ten years on a number … Continue reading

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From One Uni to Another

Yesterday was a very hectic day. It was the day that I officially started my PhD, and it was the day of Solent University’s fashion show in London. I started the day by popping into Solent (my old uni) to … Continue reading

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