First Day out with Erik: Wearing ReNew by Everlane

After spending 2 weeks inside the house recuperating post-birth we decided that it was time to take little Erik out for his first stroll around the neighbourhood. The weather has changed quite drastically in the UK since we came out of the hospital on the 15th of October – going from 20C to 2C in […]

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5 Sustainable Jewellery and Accessories Brands You Will Absolutely Love

“Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” sang Marilyn Monroe, and countless women have since wished to be accessorised by this sparkling gem. But with growing awareness of the exploitative diamond mining industry amongst millennials, younger consumers appear to be slowly turning their backs on the stone, moving on to eco-friendly alternatives. You can read more […]

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Lou Black + Acurrator: The Cruelty Free Sister Brands to Look Out for This Fall

If you are on the lookout for beautiful timeless garments to add to your fall capsule wardrobe look no further! Sister brands Lou Black and Acurrator are London-based cruelty free brands with personality-defining pieces. These brands aim to produce fashion that is easy on the eyes and the environment. Although not yet 100% sustainble, Lou […]

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BYEM: Sustainable Fashion with Scandinavian Heritage

BYEM is a London-based clothing brand born out of the desire to unite timeless style with ethics and sustainability. Their collection is for a modern woman who wants to simplify her wardrobe; the designs, influenced by Scandinavian heritage, is a mix of minimalism, bold shapes, textures and classic aesthetic. BYEM was founded in 2016 by […]

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Fashioned From Nature Exhibition at the V&A

Two weeks ago I was invited by the V&A to the pre-launch of their new exhibition Fashioned from Nature, a critical, informative and elegant exposition of the ambiguous relationship between fashion and nature from the 17th century to the present day. Fashioned from Nature demonstrates how fashion trends have drawn inspiration from the beauty and power […]

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MOMOC: Sustainable Shoes Handmade in Spain

MOMOC is a new environmentally conscious sustainable and ethical timeless shoe brand from Spain that locally produces and sources a considerable amount of their materials. Their products are hand-made with high quality; they are stylish, elegant and comfortable. This sustainable brand donates 2% of their profits to non-profit organisations engaged in reforestation and the reintegration […]

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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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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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Inside Jaffa – Conscious Outfit & Travel Guide

Jaffa is one of the world’s oldest cities, with a harbour that has been in use since the Bronze Age. It is a city with a landscape that both shows and hides the conquests that have shaped its history. Walking through the streets of Jaffa takes you through arched cobblestone alleys, past golden stone buildings bathed […]

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