I’ve focused a lot on the ‘Eco’ side of sustainability on this platform. But this brand has such a great social model, that I would be remiss if I didn’t feature them. Anthropose is a Nepal based eyewear company that makes sunnies and prescription glasses. I love their styles because they’re timeless. They're not made … Continue reading What if I told you your sunglasses could change the world?
Soy fibre looks and feels amazing. It can be blended with a host of materials, to serve the luxury, casual as well as athleisure industry. Its soft, moisture wicking, durable, works well with natural dyes and is a great alternative to wool, silk and cashmere. is it ethical or not? There’s good news and bad news: … Continue reading Soy – Is it Ethical?
Im a recovering shopaholic, so please bear with me. I’ve been sober for almost three years. I was in Bangkok recently, ‘the shoppers paradise’. I didn't go shopping at all, and I was pretty pleased with myself. Then on the day I was to head South of Thailand, I had a few hours to kill … Continue reading Slow Fashion = Self Torture?
Ethical, Vegan, Slow, Organic, Fair-trade, Recyled, Repurposed - these terms are thrown around a LOT in the Ethical Fashion space. Lets break down the jargon. Organic - The crop the garment is made from, is grown without the use of genetically modified seeds, artificial fertilisers and chemical pesticides. In garments, the GOTS (Global Organic Textile … Continue reading Jargon !! Let’s break it down
Alright here they are - Proyog According to this Indian Yoga Wear company, " it’s a clarion call to millions of present-day yoga lovers who still wear polyester. Unaware of the innate contradiction, or the harm they invite." Their Dhoti yoga pants for both men and women are made from 50% Organic Cotton and 50% … Continue reading 2 Yoga brands that genuinely give a shit
Did you get through one day without doing any of the above? Its not that hard right? Now imagine if 7 Billion people did this for one day. Now, IMAGINE if 7 Billion people did this everyday.
Michael Kors Most MK bags are made from Polyurethane or PU, with leather trimmings. You will hear the abbreviation PU a lot in this story, so let me explain what it means. PU is a kind of plastic that can be treated to look a lot like leather. In fact, most bags, shoes, sofa upholstery, … Continue reading 8 popular handbags and what they’re made of