July 2013 Blog Posts (8)

Grab your Earlybird Ticket- Sponsor Me Awards 2013

Sponsor Me Awards will take place at the stylish & prestigious Congress Centre London, on Tuesday 27th August. Where the finalist designers chosen by "you the public" will compete to win Sponsor Me Award Eco designer 2013.

The catwalk show will boast the collections of emerging British & Global eco designers, who will go head to head to be judged by our esteemed judging panel to win a number of lucrative prizes to enhance their…

Added by Sarah Richards on July 30, 2013 at 8:21 — No Comments



I am the co-author on a new book, GUIDELINES II, and would like to invite everybody to visit the website of our new and beautiful book.

GUIDELINES II – A Handbook on Sustainability in Fashion caters to all individuls who are interested in sustainability within the fashion and textile industry.

The book…


Added by Drude-Katrine Plannthin on July 30, 2013 at 6:59 — No Comments

Eco Designer Overview on Re;code by Sass Brown

This weeks Eco Fashion Designer posting is on Korean upcycling brand Re;code.

Added by Sass Brown on July 28, 2013 at 18:02 — No Comments

Elena Garcia Eco Fashion Designer Overview

This weeks eco fashion designer overview is on the work of Elena Garcia. Founder of the Ecoluxe eco fashion and accessory trade show during London Fashion Week. This was one of the very first postings I did on Eco Fashion Talk back in August 2010! Enjoy…


Added by Sass Brown on July 22, 2013 at 13:45 — No Comments

Introducing.. Mayamiko Designed - an exciting new collection that is ethically sourced and made in Malawi.

Mayamiko Designed is the brand new venture from the Mayamiko Trust, a charity established in 2008 to support sustainable output in disadvantaged communities of Malawi. All profits made by the trust go back into the local communities.

Visit www.mayamiko.org

For more information on the charity

The Mayamiko Designed collection fuses contemporary design with traditional African techniques and includes accessories, clothing and homeware.…


Added by Ethical Fashion Forum on July 18, 2013 at 13:00 — No Comments

My company and what we are doing in Haiti

My name is Kevin and I am part of Waybu Eyewear, a bamboo sunglasses company that is working to help bring sustainable water independence to those in developing nations. We picked bamboo because of how sustainable of resource it is, and we happen to like products that are not just made from plastic. Right now we have a factory in San Diego, and we have been working with Solar Solutions in creating Aquapaks, which are solar water pasteurizers and this fall we will be going to Haiti to hand…


Added by Kevin Giser on July 18, 2013 at 0:12 — No Comments

Please vote for Po-Zu!

We were delighted that Po-Zu reached the PEA-ple's favourite Top 10 small/eco businesses in the UK (as part of My Green Directory's recent competition).

Would you please be able to give us your vote for the final round (we're the only ethical fashion brand up there :)

The final round is about getting as many votes on twitter as we can (one vote or RT per twitter account). 

So please if you could tweet the following sentence and…


Added by Cecilia Lunch on July 8, 2013 at 17:09 — No Comments

Sustainable Fashion Guide to London

I have just posted my new Sustainable Fashion Guide to London. It already features some great retailers and stores selling organic, fair trade, ethical, vintage and second hand fashion. It would be fantastic to have lots more to add to this guide, so if you are a retailer selling ethical/ sustainable/ vintage fashion in London or an ethical fashion brand that is stocked in a London…


Added by Posh-swaps on July 5, 2013 at 11:35 — No Comments

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