Emma Hiscock
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  • Brighton
  • United Kingdom
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Profession / role:
Retail Manager and Buyer
Company / organisation:
FAIR and People Tree
Website (if you have one):
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Consumer, Buyer, Retailer, Consultant
I am looking to discover or buy
Like-minded people
About me / About business or organisation:
My background is in development having worked with the Red Cross, UNICEF, and the Guyana Human Rights Association. However, my true love has always been fashion, clothes, accessories and beautiful things. In 2007 I decided that I didn't have to choose one path and could combine my passion for people, the environment and fashion into one career. I completed my MA in environment, development and policy at the end of 2008 and focussed heavily on 'ethical fashion' and its relationship to business and retail. I am currently managing the beautiful fair trade boutique FAIR. Come visit if you are ever in Brighton - it's right by the train station!
Career history / Company history:
2010 - Creative consultant Lovethatstuff accessories and sleepwear
2009 - Now - Manager/Buyer - FAIR
2009 - Manager - People Tree Pop Up Shop Brighton
2008 - 2009 - i gigi Ladies, General Store and Menswear
2007 - 2008 - MA - Environment, Development and Policy - University of Sussex
2006 - 2007 - UNICEF Guyana - HIV and AIDS Prevention Desk

Emma Hiscock's Blog

A White House Affair with Africa - Michelle Obama and her Ethical Fashion finds.

Posted on November 10, 2012 at 16:00 0 Comments

The US elections kept us on the edge of our seats this past week but we discovered that the President's wife is making some very interesting fashion choices including ASOS Africa and Duro Olowu. Michelle, we salute you.

Click here to read more and see the latest ASOS Africa…


Leopard, Snakeskin and Tweed Oh My! Swish, Swap and Thrift your way to an Autumn Wardrobe

Posted on November 9, 2012 at 16:17 0 Comments

Style doesn't have to mean new. Personal style comes from within and outfits can be built using treasured finds from friends, charity shops or online. How will you build your ethical fall wardrobe?


STACY'S OUTFIT: Blazer: Jil Sander [Emma H.'s Charity Shop Find]| Leopard Jumper: Another of Emma H.'s Charity Shop Finds | White Shirt: Rag&Bone | Black Pleated Skirt: Saks Fifth Avenue [From my Mother's Archives] | Shoes: Prada…


People Tree to launch collaboration with Peter Jensen for SS13

Posted on November 9, 2012 at 15:29 0 Comments

Fair Trade fashion gets an injection of quirky dark humour as People Tree launch their newest collaboration with Danish designer Peter Jensen for SS13.

Click here to read…

Living Responsibly - The Conscience Collective

Posted on October 11, 2012 at 15:00 0 Comments

Ethical outerwear can be the most difficult find especially at an affordable price. Whilst the cheapest way to keep warm ethically is to shop at local thrift and charity shops often you want a new coat that will stand the test of time.

For 20 of the best outerwear and knit pieces this winter check out The Conscience Collective …


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At 7:47 on June 13, 2013, VISHAL TRIVEDI said…


At 21:02 on January 26, 2011, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…

On the 17th feb at 7.00pm to 10.30 pm at the Brighton media centre

15-17 Middle St 
Brighton, Brighton and Hove BN1 1AL
Anupa Accessories will be having a special VIP launch Party introducing her wonderful fashions to the UK.
Colin Leslie eyewear will also be there to show his bamboo eyewear .
So come along , finally see for real the products you only know from pictures, bring a friend and your wallet ..special prices on the day ..
Free drink , Free food, and free entry...

Please confirm on the link http://anupa.net/launch-party  if you plan to turn up .
hope to see you there
At 10:40 on November 30, 2010, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…
Hi Emma, please check my homepage ,
I am looking for retail outlets
regards Colin

At 11:39 on April 13, 2010, Sharan Sunner said…
Thanks for getting back to me Emma, I just need you to aswer a couple of questions:

1) Why do you think sustainble fashion is so important?

2) What made you want to enter the field of 'ethical fashion'?

3) What advice would you give to consumers on how they can take steps to lower their fashion footprint?

If you could also include you job title, company/companies you work for and age please, that would be fantastic. Thanks again.

At 9:39 on April 13, 2010, Sharan Sunner said…
Hi Emma,

I am a Journalism student at Liverpool John Moores University, and am currently working on a fashion feature to do with sustainable/ethical fashion. The feature will be going on the JMU Journalism site which is accessed in over 150 countries. I am currently trying to interview people who work in the industry, if you are interested in featuring in the article please get in touch.

At 10:56 on March 31, 2010, George said…

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