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The Conscious Christmas Pop Up

We have combined our forces with the beautiful ladies at Amaella.com to organise a Christmas Pop Up in the very heart of London on the 14th December. For only one day, we will be introducing local brands that have gone the ethical way and their sustainable, eco-friendly products. If you[…]

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AmaElla, ethical lingerie inspired by nature

It really is inspiring to come across brands like AmaElla and people like Julie and Lara, who were determined to change the status quo in the fashion industry. With several years experience in the fashion and business industries, AmaElla co-founders, Julie (France) and Lara (Spain) put their brains to work[…]

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Luva Huva, sensual sustainable lingerie

Believe me, I have been there when it comes to looking for lingerie that is both sustainable and sexy and I know it is really hard to find something feminine and nice that is ethically made. Most of the results we would get if we were trying to find underwear[…]

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Minna, sustainable romantic bridal wear

This could be one of those posts where I add tons of photos and I never get tired of seeing them. Today, I am bringing a brand of sustainable bridal dresses. It really is now weddings high season and if you aren’t getting married yourself you are probably looking for a[…]

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Iluut, less is more

Today I’m featuring a brand that I got to know through Instagram. It is a very young brand and they have a small collection but we can already tell what’s awaiting us, will be promising. They are working right now on their next collection and we literally cannot wait to[…]

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VOLP, vegan watches designed in Valencia

VOLP really touches me as they are based in Valencia, which is my hometown and they are also good friends with one of my best friends so I feel especially proud to feature them. Ángela, the founder of the brand, is passionate about watches and has a strange fascination with the[…]

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We Wood: Plant a tree with every watch

Even if we were to dedicate our lives to plant a tree every day, nothing would really change for the millions of acres of land that are deforested daily. We are in constant need of land for farming, for building and for exploiting all natural resources we can get our hands[…]

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Beaumont Organic, day to day fashion

I try not to buy clothes just because anymore. I have learnt with time that clothes cost resources (human and natural) even though it’s not always easy to see through high street prices. Lots of people are involved in the making and lots of natural resources (like water and soil)[…]

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Banda Bags, ethnic & handmade in Indonesia

Brianna Jane is the name behind the Banda Bags brand. She traveled to Indonesia and encountered a land torn by civil war, Sharia Law and the devastating effects of a powerful tsunami. Indonesia has suffered the struggles of a war between radical Muslims and Christians for decades and, in many communities, Islamic[…]

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