Like-Minded | Auntie (tbc)


Like-Minded | Auntie (tbc)

Aiming to get students, graduates, employers and companies in contact with the right people. Using my contacts and ideas, I would like to help people interested in ethical fashion and organic/ fairtrade products. Contact me with any question!

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Drive for Sustainable Fashion

Started by Pearl Sep 29, 2012. 0 Replies

Hello. I am conducting a research on consumer response to sustainable fashion. I am looking for consumers to inform me on their predilection for sustainable fashion and how it impacts their lives.…Continue

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Comment by anu vishwanath on September 30, 2015 at 19:09

Hello there,

i'm looking for exceptional quality sample makers / sampling for a start up. Small quantity of luxury local fabrics are also required for the same - linen,silks,wools,leather. Looking to get 25-30 styles 1 pc/style. 

Looking only for exceptional quality construction, finishing, trims and karigari / handwork/ embellishment (if required).

Potential to make larger orders if satisfied.

Please leave your information(website) and i shall get in touch ASAP. Thank you. 

Location - India / New york

Comment by Athena Bentila - MuMu organic on April 1, 2012 at 7:40
Comment by Zoe Powell on February 8, 2011 at 22:42

Hello All! 

Quick update!

Today was my last day at interning at People Tree. I can highly recommend them as a compan to do an internship for. You will learn and experience many aspect of the business from so many talented people. Check out their website for the latest ethical fashion trends & sale! Bargain!

Secondly, I received a great bit of post today from TraidCraft. I'm looking into becoming a TraidCraft Seller at markets. It is helping spread the idea of fairtrade and promoting their great products ( geobars are amazing with a cup of tea).

Thirdly! Oooh I am quite excited about tomorrow! I'm attending an exclusive event run by Semple Ltd with guest speaker Claire Wilcox fro the V&A.


Hopefully I wil get a chance to do another update soon. PLEASE message me if you are looking for something or someone!


Much love!


Comment by Zoe Powell on February 3, 2011 at 13:39

Hello All!

I've been away for a while! Being a busy bee with new projects, internship, collaborations :)

If you are interested in gaining more knowledge of industry, in terms of business, technology and connections, you might want to join the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) which is a "new platform, brought to you by the Technology Strategy Board, provides an effective and powerful way for you to collaborate online, network and share knowledge with other innovators"

There are different networks which may be relevant, like the Sustainable Industries , Creative Industries and Materials groups.

Another thing which I'd like to mention is the DIY educate programme at Cor Blimey Arts starting this spring, which is an "evolving education programme run by and for artists, curators and art professionals to encourage artistic development."

"All our workshops and talks will be led by a range of professional established artists, curators, arts practitioners, involving a wide range of arts organizations such as a-n and Artquest." 
As a member, I will probably creating a group, but for now you can visit

Much love &  Gong hey fat cho! (Happy chinese new year!)

Comment by Zoe Powell on November 8, 2010 at 14:19
For anyone thats uses jean in their work, I just found this website relating to cotton for jeans. I espcially like it because it links quite nicely to Levi's sustainable development for reducing the amount of water used in their processes.
For both links, see below :)
Blue to green
Fashion Mag: Levi's
Comment by Tamsin Lejeune on November 4, 2010 at 10:11
Great idea Zoe. I suggest you promote this new group on the blog- Tamsin

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