Emma Hiscock's Blog (5)

A White House Affair with Africa - Michelle Obama and her Ethical Fashion finds.

The US elections kept us on the edge of our seats this past week but we discovered that the President's wife is making some very interesting fashion choices including ASOS Africa and Duro Olowu. Michelle, we salute you.

Click here to read more and see the latest ASOS Africa…

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Added by Emma Hiscock on November 10, 2012 at 16:00 — No Comments

Leopard, Snakeskin and Tweed Oh My! Swish, Swap and Thrift your way to an Autumn Wardrobe

Style doesn't have to mean new. Personal style comes from within and outfits can be built using treasured finds from friends, charity shops or online. How will you build your ethical fall wardrobe?

 

STACY'S OUTFIT: Blazer: Jil Sander [Emma H.'s Charity Shop Find]| Leopard Jumper: Another of Emma H.'s Charity Shop Finds | White Shirt: Rag&Bone | Black Pleated Skirt: Saks Fifth Avenue [From my Mother's Archives] | Shoes: Prada…

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Added by Emma Hiscock on November 9, 2012 at 16:17 — No Comments

People Tree to launch collaboration with Peter Jensen for SS13

Fair Trade fashion gets an injection of quirky dark humour as People Tree launch their newest collaboration with Danish designer Peter Jensen for SS13.

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Added by Emma Hiscock on November 9, 2012 at 15:29 — No Comments

Living Responsibly - The Conscience Collective



Ethical outerwear can be the most difficult find especially at an affordable price. Whilst the cheapest way to keep warm ethically is to shop at local thrift and charity shops often you want a new coat that will stand the test of time.

For 20 of the best outerwear and knit pieces this winter check out The Conscience Collective …

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Added by Emma Hiscock on October 11, 2012 at 15:00 — No Comments

Fashion Hysteria and Controlling the Urge to Splurge

About six times a year I turn into a crazy person. I become possessed by

a desperate urge to frantically tear through the shops and spend money

I don't have on clothes I don't need.

I spend hours trailing through less-than-ethical websites imagining

the outer limits of my fabulocity in all the gorgeously cheap clothes

available at a click of a button ("if only I had that dress my wardrobe

would be complete". Sound familiar?). There was a time when I would…

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Added by Emma Hiscock on November 23, 2010 at 21:00 — 1 Comment

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