This new article packs a punch: celebrate with me the new revamped Trusted Brands’ News — from now on bringing you the best of what green beauty AND fair fashion have to offer — and try your luck at a raffle (what you can win is a holistic, organic hair care set).
No matter your personal style, you *can* go ethical in your fashion choices. Despite the question in the title, today’s post is a loud YES expressed only through images and some brilliant German, English, French, and Russian poetry.
While 2018 slows down, our 2019 calendars are brimming with unmissable sustainable industry events; and Berlin’s own Neonyt is one of them. But what’s in it for — you?
So you ditched single-use plastics and fast fashion, but are still not sure about doable alternatives to cheap party costumes? Not great at sewing or crafting? You can still level up your Halloween game sustainably.
I’ve talked about ditching what I call “boring” basics in order to create a minimalist, slow fashion wardrobe you are thrilled to wear any given day. Let me drive the point home once more with 3 outfits and 15 styling tips!
Ethical, wearable, colourful: 11 items – over 40 outfits. Follow these 5 simple steps to build your own capsule wardrobe. Featuring 100% ethical, beautiful and shoppable examples from summer 2018 collections.
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.
Green shopping in the middle of the forest? Yes please! – Put this Almtal valley-based site estimated to open the doors in summer 2018 on your slow travel bucket list.
Walking the green talk can sometimes mean wearing a lot of red 😉