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People Tree's Founder On How We Can All Help End Modern Slavery

The Huffington Post | Rosy Cherrington | Posted 08.09.2016 | UK Style

The founder of People Tree is urging the public to take steps to end ‘modern slavery’ in the fashion industry. Ethical clothing pioneer Safia Minn...

Imagine If Just 1% of the £1bn Was Spent With Ethical, Fair Trade Organisations

Safia Minney | Posted 26.11.2016 | UK Style
Safia Minney

Retail analysts predict £1billion pounds will be spent on Black Friday this year. What angers me is that of the estimated one billion spent, hardly any of it gets back to the producers and they rarely benefit.

Can Fashion Save the World? Meet the Famous Designers Campaigning for Change...

Rebecca Pearson | Posted 18.09.2016 | UK Style
Rebecca Pearson

Fashion has a reputation for being a greedy and wasteful business, and rightly so: my industry is the second biggest polluter after oil, and I've seen firsthand in Dhaka the shocking conditions sweatshop workers toil in. However, this week was really inspiring...

Important Causes, Academic Scholarships for Design Students And Clothing That Is Good for People and Our Planet

Zandra Rhodes | Posted 05.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Zandra Rhodes

I believe I left off last blog entry when I was chatting about my new handbag line to be launched in England, and there are some beautiful new purses for all occasions... but before I knew it I needed to rush back into California to host The Pink List Dinner, a fund raiser for worthy UCLA students put together by the San Diego Timken Museum (a jewel of a museum!)

Is Ethical Fashion Finally Becoming Mainstream?

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 03.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lorenzo Belenguer

Every time a tragic accident like Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, where over 1,000 workers died in the garment factory, happens, our hearts sank. It sank because it could, and should, have been prevented. However, in the current clima with shrinking wages and stratospheric rent and energy bills, Can we afford ethical fashion?

The Future is Handmade for Illustrator Chris Haughton

Susannah Straughan | Posted 15.04.2012 | Home
Susannah Straughan

It all started with one rather confused little owl. A Bit Lost, the first picture book by Irish illustrator and children's author Chris Haughton was published by Walker Books in 2010. That title has earned him a clutch of awards and his latest, Oh No, George!, has the same child-friendly combination of bright colours and a dash of humour.

PICTURES: Emma Watson Brings Her Magic To An Ethical Wardrobe

The Huffington Post UK | Olivia Williams | Posted 04.01.2012 | UK

Elfin Emma Watson cast her style-spell over a final fashion collection that Hermione would be proud of, as the designs of the Harry Potter actress are...