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At 10:49 on March 9, 2013, Yogy Ethical Handmade Jewelry said…

Hi Sass!  Hope you are well. I'm a London based Jewelry designer, my jewelleries are ethical as I use recycled metals and items to create my contemporary items. I hand cut and handcraft my one of a kind Jewelries. Please take a look at my work www.YogyKreations.etsy.com

Warmly,

Yogi

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At 11:28 on February 14, 2011, Amy Sunshine Harris said…

Hi Sass, 

Thanks for your comment, I have sent you an email.

Amy

At 13:35 on January 18, 2011, Ishwari Vijay Thopte said…

Hi Sass,

Thank you for the comments. I will look for your book at the UAL library, I'm sure its an interesting read. Loving my current job profile at CFE. If you know any multinational/retailer trying to enter the eco/ethical market and is interested in sponsorships, do let me know. We have some lovely eco-fashion designers who are worth being associated with.

Are you based in London?

At 15:52 on January 13, 2011, Megan Weston said…

Hi Sass,

 

Talking about an image button/badge that I could put on my website which would click through to your site. Let me know!

 

Hope you're having a good week.

At 16:15 on January 10, 2011, Megan Weston said…

Hi Sass,

 

Thanks for the support. Do you have a button I could use?

Came across your book the other, very exciting stuff! Will be ordering a copy soon :)

 

Megan

Catlong Sighs blog

 

At 1:26 on October 22, 2010, Launa Cresswell said…
Hi, Sass,
Thanks for the great feed back. Would love to be included on you blog. If you need any inf just let me know.
Launa Cresswell
www.lookingglasssivler.com
At 14:13 on September 16, 2010, jacqueline said…
hey i put your book up on the book club...you can check it out there
add your own reviews...how better than hearing from the author.....little biased but hey it will give a personal impression to the groupies in the club :)
At 12:29 on September 16, 2010, jacqueline said…
hey Sass,

thanks for your comment .... the link actually did work 1/2 hour larter...maybe my computer had an issue....modern technology :)

i am really looking forward to your book - looks like it will be a great read...love the report with Peter at Noir....I am hoping to get in touch with him in regards to Bo Weevil and the Africa connection as part of my final studies. I am also doing my Masters in Ethical Fashion.
At 20:53 on September 15, 2010, Pamela Ravasio said…
Hi Sass,
please do link to my site from your website.
Please note though - it's been running only for a few weeks truly productively, much time spent before on the technical stuff :/.
In addition of what is already available, I've got already a range of new articles/post ready to go online, of which all will be either thoroughly researched like the ones already up, or then - with LFW and Paris Ethical Fashion Show coming up - reports from what I see/hear/encounter on site.
Overall, the goal is to provide high quality content around ethical fashion and associated topics, chiefly from a (social) business / market research perspective.

For more on my background, please also have a look at my LinkedIn page: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/pamelaravasio

On a different account. I've seen that you are based in Florence.
It happens that I very likely will be in Florence to meet a friend of mine from, probably, October 23 to 25. Any chance you might be in town, and have time for a cup of coffee?

Warm regards,
Pamela
At 16:43 on September 15, 2010, jacqueline said…
hey im trying to get your site up and its not happening...i believe i saw your book through another site and look forward to reading it....could you add an entry on to the book club too please so others could read...its a group i set up and has a good following

thanks
jacqueline
At 16:20 on September 14, 2010, Zel Albuquerque said…
Hi Sass,

Thank you for all!
That is really kind of you and much appreciated.

How are you finding Florence?
Few years ago I lived in Orvieto and, whilst there, I have been up to Florence twice. I LOVED it! The people and place is full of excitement and interesting things to see and learn. Is it for real or only my first impression? lolololo

Once again, thank you so much and whenever you are in London, please let me know and let's try meeting up. Xx
At 18:11 on September 11, 2010, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…
Hi Sass,
i have sent to you the info you require, can you email me if you require the 2010 promo pictures from Unitdot .
regards Colin
At 5:18 on September 10, 2010, KRISHNA SHANKAR PRASAD said…
thanks for your comments .
i hope we will help to each other ..

looking forward


regards
Krishna Shankar Prasad
At 19:01 on September 9, 2010, Naomi CR said…
Thanks Sass that's really kind of you. You might also be interested in another company I recently started, Ethical Just Got Fabulous - www.ethicaljustgotfabulous.com.

Thanks for taking the time to message me.

Best wishes,

Naomi
At 5:32 on September 9, 2010, KRISHNA SHANKAR PRASAD said…
At 17:29 on September 8, 2010, Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear said…
hi Sass that would be fantastic, to get a mention in your book ...if there is any info you need please contact me ..
colin
At 2:00 on September 8, 2010, David McGill said…
Yes I am very old Sass. So old that when I was in Florence my statue was outside.
I have my kilted skirts made in Motherwell by the same company who make for Burberry. and to the same specification. I design all my own tartans and they use any old tartan but charge 4 times as much..
At 20:44 on September 6, 2010, David McGill said…
What! You went to Glasgow and didn't bother to visit the centre of the Universe only 40 miles away. Shame on you. Especially shameful since Edinburh is twinned with Florence and it has a statue of me by some guy called Michelangelo. I even have a Firenze tartan in that beautiful viola of Fiorentina and a Juve, Nerazzuri, Rosinerri, and even a Puccini! No-one, no place, no country is safe from the tartan Mafia. Any advice on co-operatives would be appreciated
At 14:24 on September 6, 2010, David McGill said…
Ironically it was the Director of the Study Abroad Program of the University of Wisconsin that got me started in my present business and has taken me to 23 African countries.

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