Ethical, sustainable and stylish bags handmade in the UK

What Daisy Did, the ethical fashion accessories label was founded 3 years ago after Daisy and Ozric had spent several years working in event sustainability, they travelled to India and were inspired by the place, people and their ability to utilise waste in their daily lives. Their current collections are made from factory waste and… Read More Ethical, sustainable and stylish bags handmade in the UK

3 Green Washed Fabrics Everyone Should Be Aware Of By Jenny Thai of Turtlely Tangle

What is green washing? Green Washing is a marketing and PR act many companies use to create a “greener” and eco-friendlier sheen to their appearance. Unsustainable products are advertised to be better than they are, for example through changing names, switching to green or earth toned colours and packaging or simply through a misleading marketing… Read More 3 Green Washed Fabrics Everyone Should Be Aware Of By Jenny Thai of Turtlely Tangle

The Tagua Nuts and Their Important Role in Protecting the Rainforest

The harvest of the tagua nut is a wonderful way to protect endangered rain forest lands giving people a sustainable, renewable, natural resource that provides both economic stability and an alternative to rain forest destruction, as well as the extinction of elephants. The tagua nut is also known as the “Vegetable Ivory” because of its similarity to elephant ivory. Wayne’s word,… Read More The Tagua Nuts and Their Important Role in Protecting the Rainforest

Adventures in Scotland with India Flint By Justine Aldersey-Williams, The Wild Dyery

India Flint is a world renowned textile artist from Australia, famous for her (re)discovery of the eucalyptus leaf eco-printing technique. She travels the world exhibiting and teaching about sustainable fabric dyeing options which venerate rather than exploit our Earth. The image above illustrates so many things that I love about her work. She kindly allowed… Read More Adventures in Scotland with India Flint By Justine Aldersey-Williams, The Wild Dyery