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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Ethical fashion lovers will be excited to see People Tree’s new SS12 collections. As well as their Fairtrade mainline and collaborations with Zakee Shariff and Orla Kiely, People Tree is launching a new youthful line called ‘Aimee’. Aimee, meaning beloved, … Continue reading
My latest blog post for Oxfam Fashion is a book review of Naked Fashion by People Tree’s Safia Minney. Read it here.
Fashion is a fast moving industry and no part of it is changing quicker than ethical fashion. Yes its still niche, but real momentum is there and change is starting to happen. Most of the major high street and supermarket … Continue reading
Ideally I would have posted this before the New Year, however better late than never, here is my view on where I’m at. It is the first year in a few that I feel pretty content that I know what … Continue reading
Whether or not you call it a trend, vintage fashion has clearly made a resurgence over the last few years. Of course there are the vintage trends on the high street, but more and more people are actually choosing to … Continue reading