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Tag Archives: Ethical Fashion

London Fashion Week


Inspiration We love Burberry!  Their British style, their use of checks, cheeky flat caps and heritage tweeds and knits were all over their catwalk collection this season. Autumn/Winter ’12 looks set to get cosy and traditional. Try the look here for less, with Lowies skinny leather bow belt. With the big designers showcasing the best of British design, it is Estethica with which Helo Eco has had its eyes firmly … Continue reading

What is Ethical Fashion?


Ethical fashion refers to a moral outlook on the preparation, production and distribution of clothing and simultaneously creating a minimal impact on the environment. It can refer to the treatment of those physically producing the clothing, and it can also refer to the environmental impacts and possible health implications surrounding the fabrics. It also refers to the way in which the clothing is produced and how it has reached the … Continue reading

SCP Ethical T-shirt


The Study China Programme is a government-funded 17-day study programme in China, awarded to and hosted by the University of Manchester. It’s a tremendous opportunity to learn about China, its language and its culture, and is open to undergraduates in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Students are given the opportunity to visit China, take an intensive course in Chinese language and be immersed in Chinese cultural and social activities. At … Continue reading

Time for Malawi


It’s always nice to see how things are made and where they have come from. In this article we show you how and where most of the fab new Fair+True collection was made and what the production means to the women involved making your skirts. For the spring/summer collection Fair+True have collaborated with a trust group in Malawi, South Africa called Mayamiko to make the gorgeous African print mini ruched … Continue reading