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HERE TODAY HERE TOMORROW - beautiful, sustainable clothing, accessories & gifts

Posted on November 29, 2010 at 11:53 0 Comments

HERE TODAY HERE TOMORROW is a new shop/studio based in the heart of Dalston. Set up by four desginers and recent graduates of London College of Fashion's MA in Fashion & the Environment.

The shop/studio is used as a platform to develop our work in a public arena. The space is also being used to exhibit and sell the work of other forward thinking and ethical designers, and to develop educational workshops, starting in the new year. We want the space to show that there are many… Continue

Book your place now! Upcoming events at EFF...

Posted on April 7, 2009 at 13:35 0 Comments

Many of you on this network may already be aware of, or have attended, the series of events called 'Spotlight on Sourcing'. So far the topics covered include sourcing sustainable fabrics and components, and sourcing sustainable manufacturing. If you'd like to download the notes from these events they are available through this link, in the 'discussion forum'… Continue

Girl About Town - Stewart Rose predicts the downfall of disposability

Posted on March 31, 2009 at 12:39 0 Comments

On the Today programme on BBC Radio 4 this morning (31.03.09), Stuart Rose the chief executive of Marks & Spencers, gave an interesting insight to what he felt a beneficial consequence of the current economic climate could be. He expressed the belief that the recession would herald the end of the era of disposability, that customers were no longer satisfied with cheap, throwaway fashion.

Clearly there is a responsibility for retailers… Continue

Girl About Town - Are global retailers really doing enough??

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 10:29 0 Comments

A new report by the Clean Clothes Campaign, 'Cashing In', looks at the top five global retailers Carrefour, Walmart, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl, and highlights the poor working conditions of the producers of their discount clothing.

It does seem now that more of these retailers are responding to the growing concern of how clothes are made and are engaging with the issues - for instance Tesco representatives have attended Ethical Fashion… Continue

Ethical Sourcing Marketplace - 17th March

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 12:30 0 Comments

Spotlight On Sourcing

For those of you using this network to find out more about ethical fashion, build partnerships, learn about sustainable fabrics suppliers or source ethical manufacturing (that should pretty much cover everyone!) you should attend our next 'Spotlight on Sourcing' seminar.

Feedback from the last event told us how useful it was to meet with suppliers face-to-face, talk with them and see what they have to offer. So… Continue

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At 11:34 on April 27, 2015, Ram Kumar Vyas said…


Have a good day. It is my privilege to write you introduce My son ETSY Shop Link https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/CRAFTandFASHION Your shop is manufacturer (not middle men or trader ) . Your shop wholesaler & exporter of exclusive textiles based on application of appliqué ( patch -work or cut work) and kantha traditionally known as "guddri" ( hand running stitching ) both in home furnishing . Everything offered by your shop is wholesale prices. I welcome you all to visit us in Jaipur famous as "Pink City of India" and see our display room to explore gorgeous handmade craft by our associated women artisan form desert of Thar Rajasthan, India.

Thanks & Regards

Ram Kumar Vyas

At 16:15 on June 18, 2013, Sarah Richards said…

We are on the lookout for the next big emerging eco fashion designer to take part in our Summer 2013 awards show.

Has your collection got what it takes to go up against our expert judges? Sponsor Me Awards will take place in central London on 27th August. To get involved and compete for a number of lucrative prizes to enhance your brand career.
Please contact us sponsorme-sponsor-me-awards.info with at least 4 images of your current a/w13 collection and short introduction. There is no cost to showcase at the show.
Deadline for application is 19th June.

At 12:17 on August 12, 2010, KYOSUN SHIM said…
Hello Julia

My name is Kyosun, Shim and a current MSc Marketing student from the University of Bath.

I am contacting you to ask you whether you could help my study about Ethical Fashion Consumption
I am currently researching ethical clothing consumption experience in UK fashion market, and urgently and desperately looking for customers who shops or shopped in any ethical fashion store for an interview
If you can give me 30 min to interview you, It would be very appreciated
The interview could be conducted via phone or in person(Mobile or Skype) . interviews conducted are solely for academic use and it will not be used for commercial purposes. Participating interviewees will be kept anonymous and data obtained will be treated with strict confidentiality.
Please feel free to contact for any question, I really hope you could help me
this is my email : ks325@bath.ac.uk
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Best regards
Kyosun Shim
At 4:35 on September 10, 2009, Udaya Bikram Thapa said…
Hello there Julia,
I have been working with natural fibres in Nepal for a long time now and can supply you with fibre, yarns, textiles, as well as finished goods. Please have a look at www.heavenhemp.co.uk and www.wildweaves.co.uk to get an idea of what we do. I work with hemp, nettle, cactus, banana, bamboo . I also have a small workshop where we make bags, clothing and rugs from natural fibres. Hope to hear from you and would like to be your friend. Take care,
At 17:15 on June 24, 2009, Ishwari Vijay Thopte said…
Hi Julia!

Im a Fashion Designer by profession and i plan to do my Masters in "Design Management for Fashion Industries" from London College of Fashion this fall. I see u are doing ur postgraduate degree from the same college. What course are you doing and how do u like it?
My research will mainly be in Ethical Fashion and Sustainable business practices. I was hoping to build contacts here. Can we be friends?
At 13:33 on June 9, 2009, jacqueline said…
hi julia

i just wondered how are you finding that course? i was planning to do either the LCF of the Surrey Institute one...but as an MA is it a good course?

At 13:43 on May 27, 2009, Anna said…
Hi Julia,
Thanks for coming to Cotton On, I hope you found it useful. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on how the day went and what you enjoyed most. Hope your studying's going well. george

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