Tag Archives: People Tree

Book Review: Stitched Up, the Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion

You can’t have missed the media coverage marking the one year anniversary of the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse. Some 3000 workers were inside the Rana Plaza, an 8 storey illegally constructed factory complex in Dhaka, Bangladesh, when it collapsed … Continue reading

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Recent Guest Posts

I’ve had a few guest posts published recently – Giving UK Ethical Fashion the Celebrity Treatment – La Leaf La Leaf is a Berlin-based ethical fashion site. I was approached by the lovely Sarah, co-founder and editor of the site, … Continue reading

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People Tree Launch New Youthful Range ‘Aimee’

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

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Book Review: Naked Fashion by Safia Minney

My latest blog post for Oxfam Fashion is a book review of Naked Fashion by People Tree’s Safia Minney. Read it here.

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Orla Keily for People Tree

Fashion Designer, Orla Keily, has designed a range of limited edition bags for ethical fashion retailer People Tree. The handmade bags featured Keily’s signature lattice flower print and environmentally friendly materials. They are available in a tote version (£35) and … Continue reading

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Social Labelling Conference

Last week I went to an ethical fashion conference held at Northumbria University. It was focused on social labelling which is very relevent to my MPhil thesis question, ‘How to communicate the environmental and social impacts of producing a cotton … Continue reading

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