Marina Vaptzarova: Luxury Journals Handmade in Nepal

Marina Vaptzarova is an ethical luxury lifestyle brand that creates contemporary journals exclusively handmade from Nepalese craftsmanship using natural and sustainable materials. With sustainable development at it’s heart, Marina Vaptzarova has created designs with renewable and natural raw materials since 1993. The brand uses plant-based materials that regenerate rapidly and are harvested by hand. By adopting a […]

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9 Sustainable Switches You Can Make in Under an Hour | WWF #EarthHour

I have teamed up with the lovely Holly Rose of Leotie Lovely and Kate Arnell of Eco Boost in collaboration with WWF in order to promote #EarthHour this year. Now in its 11th year, WWF’s Earth Hour is a global movement to call for international action to tackle climate change and wildlife loss. This year, on […]

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8 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint This Year

From reducing your car mileage to cutting down on meat, here are 8 ways to reduce your carbon footprint this year. Start 2018 the green way and keep your CO2 emissions at bay!  1 Air travel is by far the biggest contributor to the carbon footprint. According to The Guardian, a single return flight from London to […]

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Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Guide: Stylish and Sustainable UK Brands

Forget the Black Friday sales and give with thought and love this season. I have teamed up with my sustainable sisters to create a Holiday Gift Guide full of gifts which do good. As tempting as they may be say no to mega sales this weekend and instead support your local brands who have ethics […]

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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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Climate Change – Is Winter Ever Coming?

A few days ago, it felt as if every corner I turned seemed to be the focus of the warm summer heat lingering in the air. Whether from news articles about various places around the world stuck in tropical climate, or the chatter all over from people still in their summer outfits yearning to show […]

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Our Ocean is Choking on Plastic

A few weeks ago I read an article on BBC called “Dirty Laundry: Are your clothes polluting the ocean?” – the sad reality is that they are. Recent lab studies in the UK found that polyester and acrylic clothing shed thousands of plastic fibres each time it was washed – sending another source of plastic […]

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Read Books the Eco-Friendly Way

I am the kind of person who walks into a book store and has to leave with at least three books. It is probably my one big splurging weakness, which is why lately I have kept my distance from book stores unless I am in dire need of a book. In fact, my husband and I […]

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*INSTAGRAM GIVEAWAY* with Illustrating Sarah

I have teamed up with the talented Illustrating Sarah to give away this beautiful framed illustration. Sarah has studied Illustration at Parsons Paris and New York and has worked in the fashion and jewellery industry until she decided to go down the freelance route. She constantly works with mixed media and always wants to try something new. […]

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Animaná: Ethical Luxury Knits from Patagonia & The Andes

Animaná is an ethical luxury knitwear brand that promotes the preservation of culture, arts and traditions from Patagonia and the Andes. This brand is a big believer in fair trade, local development and bringing added value and respect to the natural resources of the area where their products are made. Their main purpose is to give a […]

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