Added by Ethical Fashion Forum on March 24, 2015 at 11:05 — No Comments
Award-winning designer and LCF alumna Laboni Saha is the founder of the luxury label L Saha, a womenswear brand founded on eco-sustainable ethics and simple, sophisticated designs. Founded in 2013, Saha is now looking to globally expand her eponymous label and is turning to crowd-funding to support the process. Running on the platform Wowcracy, the brand hopes to move into international markets and reach a greater audience of…Continue
Added by L Saha on January 19, 2015 at 18:23 — No Comments
Traveling comfortably and looking fashionable can be quite challenging.
Check out this new blog posts showcasing these amazing clothes by Synergy Organic Clothing.
Read More Here.…Continue
Added by Susie on December 16, 2014 at 11:51 — No Comments
R.E.V by rêve en vert
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…Continue
Every now and then, People Tree has a Sample Sale to clean out our closets. Sample Sales are an amazing opportunity to shop unbeatable deals on ethical fashion. To make a fantastic sale an even better reason to shop, half of the proceeds from this very special Sample Sale go to the…Continue
Added by Clare Nally on November 17, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments
phannatiq are super-excited to announce the launch of their online shop! After a year of preparation the brand is absolutely thrilled to say you can now buy phannatiq from anywhere in the world.
For four years…Continue
Added by Anna Skodbo on November 17, 2014 at 10:58 — No Comments
The facebook page for my label Helen Howe Atelier has now one live :)
Please note all of the styles i post can be made in ANY size, and you can order any style in any of the fabrics (all of which will be in a swatch folder) The garments shown can also be purchased as is. I also offer a full bespoke made to measure service and take on commissions including…Continue
Added by Helen Howe on August 17, 2014 at 20:15 — No Comments
Ever wanted to know just how ethical your favourite fashion brand is? Check out MeasureUp, the online benchmarking tool for the high street.
MeasureUp is a not for profit company helping consumers make more responsible choices about where to buy their clothes, whilst…
Added by Ethical Fashion Forum on April 30, 2014 at 11:16 — No Comments
(Oliver Tolentino Accepting the SUSTAINABLE ECO FASHION AWARD in the Bahamas)
Elephantasia, an eco-fashion show benefiting African elephants,…Continue
Added by Gabby Wild on April 17, 2014 at 9:30 — No Comments
The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc, in conjunction with the Wildlife Conservation Society, will be hosting the largest ECO fashion show to-date on May 30th at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan...and you're invited!…Continue
Added by Gabby Wild on April 15, 2014 at 21:30 — No Comments
DESIGN WORTHY COMPETITION
Calling all emerging and established designers - get your own designs produced by Quazi Design artisans in Swaziland, Southern Africa and receive £ 100 cash plus other benefits!
Quazi Design is looking for 3 designers to create the top layer print designs on…
Added by Ethical Fashion Forum on April 15, 2014 at 17:00 — No Comments
Introducing rêve en vert, the new sustainable high fashion boutique
Brainchild of former Stella McCartney press officer, Cora Hilts, 26, and Natasha Tucker, a 28 year-old with a background in…
Selectablestyle is the new go-to destination for Ethical Fashion First-Timers.Continue
Added by Selectablestyle on April 7, 2014 at 19:00 — No Comments
I would like to cordially invite all EFF members to visit my recently launched website, sustainable style blog, and social media pages. As an undergraduate in apparel merchandising and product development in the U.S., I am a young entrepreneur, trying to make a difference in the movement toward eco and ethical justice within the fashion industry by…Continue
Added by Laura walter on February 24, 2014 at 16:19 — No Comments
As it is my final year, I will be completing my dissertation. Which is based on sustainability. It is an investigation into the current market and looks at how to broaden the market through consumer/retailers opinions.
Case studies are making up the majority of my work.
If anybody would like to answer the post title question, it would be a huge, gigantic help to my work.
The question again is: What do you think are the main factors that prevent…Continue
Added by Sass Brown on October 9, 2013 at 13:23 — No Comments
Introducing the style is... Collective for ethical and sustainable fashion brands
Style-is.co.uk, the search engine for sustainable fashion has just launched a new collective for UK ethical fashion brands and retailers. The style is... Collective gives brands the opportunity to be part of something bigger, a movement working to make ethical and sustainable fashion more visible and accessible to…Continue
Added by Posh-swaps on August 23, 2013 at 16:00 — No Comments
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…Continue
Added by Posh-swaps on July 5, 2013 at 11:35 — No Comments
Amalena is a sustainable luxury brand, using gold mined only from responsible artisanal and small scale mines which use only clean and sustainable extraction techniques – free from mercury, cyanide, and other harsh chemicals.
Amalena involves local goldsmiths in the production of its collection to promote economic development and sustainability in small mining communities.
For more information please visit: http://www.amalena.com/ and…Continue
Added by Johanna Mejia on June 19, 2013 at 16:32 — No Comments