December 2014 Blog Posts (5)

Travel in Comfort and Eco Style

Traveling comfortably and looking fashionable can be quite challenging.

Check out this new blog posts showcasing these amazing clothes by Synergy Organic Clothing.

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Added by Susie on December 16, 2014 at 11:51 — No Comments

Giving Back

We are starting a new sustainable brand where we aim to plant a tree for every piece sold. The first plantation is to create an elephant corridor.

By planting trees we aim to create a forest corridor that will enable Elephants and other animals, to move safely between protected areas, avoiding human-wildlife conflict and protecting continuous critical wildlife habitat.

The trees would provide a substantial oxygen supply and can have an incredible impact on the ecosystems of…

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Added by Sanjay Mehta on December 16, 2014 at 10:51 — No Comments

R.E.V by rêve en vert

R.E.V by rêve en vert

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rêve en vert is an online sustainable boutique who want to share beautiful, ethical clothing that have minimal effect on the environment. With brands such as Blake LDN…

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Added by Christianna Psarros on December 9, 2014 at 14:03 — 3 Comments

5 Ethical Fashion Pioneers to follow on Facebook

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Added by Jenny Barrett on December 8, 2014 at 15:00 — No Comments

Talented back to Clothes Show by popular demand

Talented is a Sheffield-based eco-company specialising in a range of creatively driven sustainable accessories and tote bags. It celebrates the bag as an art form and collaborates with upcoming British artists, designers and print makers on a seasonal rotation. On Friday 5 December 2014 Talented will provide a feast to your eyes on an all-open 18 square metre stand opposite Starbucks and the Olympus catwalk.…

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Added by Vivian Zhang on December 4, 2014 at 14:30 — No Comments

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