It’s on! The 4th edition of the ADEx invites fashion designers to become part of the growing community of sustainable fashion heroes and to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
An eco-fair fashion blog is incomplete without ethical outfit posts! But we don’t want styled outfits, so let’s see what *this* slow fashion blogger really wears.
With World Water Day tomorrow, and seeing our water system flooded with micro plastic waste, many of which comes from synthetic clothes, what can you *actually* do to reduce micro fibre pollution?
Because we’re slowly starting to hope for spring and declutter our wardrobes (us all, right? Riiiight?), my highlight-packed “green fashion week” review coulnd’t be more timely.
Leather alternatives don’t need to be toxic PVC. But what if cork, paper or rubber look and feel too outlandish to you? Then pineapples may be up your alley. I’m not kidding.
Walking the green talk can sometimes mean wearing a lot of red 😉
Changing the face of fashion one thread at a time: with ADEx 2017, Ethiopian weavers join Abury’s circle of amazing artisans from different cultures.
This style article packs a punch: 5 OUTFITS styled for a busy week & cold weather, 11 hottest fall/winter TRENDS, 15 ethical brands, and 5 tips on building your own ethical wardrobe.
Waves and wheels, surfboards and swimsuits – what it’s like to live in a motorhome; a yoga & surf retreat; a life script of relaxed sustainability, and much more!
Combining timeless elegance and a sporty allure, MYMARINI swimwear is what can turn a modern-day surfer girl into an ocean goddess.