Blog Posts

  • Naomi from PopUp 38

    Lack of Diversity has always been a huge problem in the fashion industry. Being constantly inundated with the same type of model is boring, and makes us feel like we are wrong if we don't fit into this very limited mould (young, thin, white, able) that is constantly forced upon us by advertisers...
  • What surfing taught me about sustainablity

    On the roof terrace at Rapture Surf Camp There are so many areas to look at when talking about sustainability, and sadly I know that manpower is often the most exploited resource in the fashion industry. The fashion industry can be gruelling. I often joke about being over worked but I had never seriously looked at whether I was treating my most...
  • Five things I learnt from a year of no shopping.

    Just over one year ago, I set myself the challenge of not buying any new clothing.

    There were multiple reasons I had decided to try this out. One of the reasons being because I had credit card debt that resembled the national debt and I wanted to curb my spending...

  • Alice in the LB Pullover

    I was first introduced to Alice by a mutual friend as someone I needed to meet, as she was "another woman who is into paper and sustainability" I had already come across her wonderful and intricate art before and I was very keen to have a peek inside her studio to see her process. A fascination with paper, its materiality, sustainability and how...
  • Why you should wear organic

    The shift to organic food is clearly not a new trend in our modern lifestyles. We’ve been conscious of food miles and the impact chemicals have on our bodies for a while now. Many of us are careful about what we put IN our bodies; however when it comes to what we put ON our bodies we’re not so vigilant. The fabric your t-shirt is made from is w...