The Spirit of Chrismukkah: A Collaborative Conscious Holiday Lookbook

A few weeks ago, over a latte in London, Holly of Leotie Lovely and I discussed the importance of collaboration. Little did we know then that our conversation would bring together such an incredible group of brands and bloggers! We teamed up with some beautiful souls to showcase our favourite local conscious brands and encourage […]

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Thread Tales Co. Eco Luxury Scarves – An Interview with Founder Katherine Maunder

Thread Tales Co. is an eco luxury brand that creates beautiful iconic products made from materials with soul and sustainability, honouring traditional and cultural artisans. They utilise remarkable skills to redefine luxury, putting meaning and purpose back into fashion. This brand, based in Oxfordshire, began with the discovery of Lotus fabric, a rare natural material […]

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Join: Handcrafted Natural Soy Wax Candles

Is it just me or are you also ready for the fall? With English summer slowly turning into humid rain, I am just waiting for the weather to cool down and turn into sofa-snuggles- tea-and-cosy-candles time. I absolutely love candles; they are not something that I cared for much growing up in the scorching heat […]

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Ümran Aysan: Ethical Luxury Resort Wear

Ümran Aysan has swiftly become one of my favourite ethical fashion designers! This London-based Turkish designer is the embodiment of ethical luxury: slow and conscious production of magnificent refined garments through the preservation of traditional craftsmanship. This brand promotes sustainability and transparency throughout the entire design and development process, taking into consideration environmental concerns and social responsibility. Ümran […]

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STATICE: Sustainable Luxury Swimwear

STATICE Paris is a luxury swimwear brand with a focus on beautiful cuts and sustainable high-quality fabrics. Their refined swimwear collection features precise finishing to contour and sculpt the body in a way that brings out the optimal silhouette. STATICE Paris’ fabrics are comfortable, resistant, and have an amazing body support with a slight shaping effect. The […]

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KinetIQue: IQ Diamonds are Mother Earth’s Best Friend

KinetIQue is an award-winning UK based ethical luxury jewellery company that produces innovative lab-grown diamonds. A diamond is supposed to be a symbol of love, commitment and purity – but for those living in diamond-rich countries diamonds have done more damage than good. In fact, the diamond mining industry often represents the reckless pursuit of […]

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Fair Photo Agency Is Live!

Fair Photo Agency has now launched! This cool platform founded in Sweden brings together ethical companies and talented photographers that are concerned with fair business practices. Fair Photo Agency defines “fairness” as the importance of being fair in business and “fair to the planet and all of it’s inhabitants”. All sustainable companies are welcome to join […]

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BERG + BETTS: Sustainable Timepieces Made With Leather Scraps

BERG + BETTS is a sustainable watch brand based in Canada that crafts their watches from surplus leather off cuts which would otherwise go to waste. Since watch straps require a small amount of leather, BERG + BETTS are able to collect those small “new” pieces of designer leather from factories around the world. The brand believes that […]

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MATTER: Provenance and Thoughtful Design

MATTER is a conscious company that offers more affordable ethical luxury with thoughtful design and provenance. This is a social brand under the umbrella of Banyan Tree Gallery, a 20-year old community retailer that works globally with artisan crafts in basketry, ceramics, lacquerware, and other homeware. MATTER’s mission is to “foster designer-artisan collaborations, inspire consumers to value provenance and […]

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Ready, Set, Punt: Ethical Luxury for Summer Outings

If you find yourself in Oxford in the upcoming summer months, head down to Cherwell Boat house and go punting! Punting involves going down the river on a narrow boat (a punt) using a long pole to push the riverbed, and has been a much loved feature of Oxford life since Victorian times. In Oxford, you […]

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