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After nearly two decades of shining a light on the need for warm coats, One Warm Coat finds itself in the spotlight, thanks to two recent prestigious honors.
Last month, One Warm Coat was awarded 2nd Prize honors in a national contest sponsored byBreakthrough Non-profit Branding authors Carol Cone and Jocelyn Daws. USA Today donated $100,000…
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On February 10, the L’Oréal Canada Distribution Center was promoted to the highest and most demanding rank of the ICI ON RECYCLE!…
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Take a look at the Littletooth website that is full of inspirational childrenswear t-shirts and hooded tops. They are all limited edition and made from 100% organic cotton.
Please let us know what you think of our lovely products by emailing Littletooth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hosted by Trish Adudu (BBC Coventry and Warwickshire) the event will feature clothes from Fairtrade companies such as Emma Watson's People Tree collection, Pants to Poverty, Gossypium, Komodo, Exclusive Roots, Made in Coventry, Monkee Genes and FiveG at Debenhams, in a catwalk show, framed by music and dance performances. Coventry University's fashion design students will also show their Cyrenians collection…Continue
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I'm writing an article on ethical men's suits and am looking to find any independent tailors who could offer an alternative to Savile Row for those for whom it is too far away or too expensive!
If you know of any such businesses who would like to feature in Ethical Consumer magazine, please drop me a line at: bryony [at] ethicalconsumer.org
Many thanks in advance for your help.
Added by Bryony @Ethical Consumer mag on February 22, 2011 at 14:30 — No Comments
Please check out two online surveys I have put together. The first one concerns ethical fashion consumption, the results of which will contribute to a project profiling ethical consumers:
The second survey is about fashion consumption generally, and is for women…Continue
Added by Amy Sunshine Harris on February 21, 2011 at 19:21 — No Comments
Hello, I have imported from US-based hemp/eco fabric company Enviro Textiles their big set of 51 fabric samples from their main collection... everything from colourful silk charmeuse and hemp twill to hemp & organic cotton mixes... see their website www.envirotextile.com for more info. These samples can be bought online via Offset Warehouse…Continue
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This week Fashioning Change is working to help consumers begin to make a connection between the environment, the people that make a garment, and a purchase they make. We…Continue
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I'm investigating ethical fashion consumption for my post-graduate research project and have developed a questionnaire for people to fill out.
I would really appreciate if you could please complete the questionnaire, it shouldn't take up much of your time and would be of great help to me.
The link is: …
Added by Amy Vernon on February 20, 2011 at 19:49 — No Comments
Thought everyone would enjoy this feature Bay Area Fashionista did on my eco-friendly line !
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Welcome to Night of Joy Vintage Clothing and Art - rummaging through their cupboards is a 'trip' ... http://bit.ly/16sNpf…Continue
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