The moment you see someone wearing your designed clothes for the 1st time is marvelous. ⭐️ The compliments and actually each purchase make you forget all the hard work and time you‘ve invested. I‘ve never regretted that I chose sustainable fashion. I‘ve met so many nice and supportive people in such a short time - this community is so amazing and I‘m so thankful for being part of it. 😊♥️
Der Moment, in dem du zum ersten Mal jemanden deine Kleidung tragen siehst, ist unbeschreiblich. Die Komplimente und letztendlich jeder einzelne Verkauf lassen dich die harte Arbeit und Zeit vergessen, die du investiert hast. Ich habe es bisher nicht bereut, mich für nachhaltige Mode entschieden zu haben. Ich habe so viele nette und unterstützende Menschen in so einer kurzen Zeit kennengelernt - diese Community ist wundervoll und ich bin sehr dankbar dafür. 😘 #lamourestbleufashion
✨ @mokitaethicallysourced ✨
An ethical/vegan fashion brand started by my sister that promotes equality in the fashion industry. I’ve seen so much love and passion go in to making this happen, give them a follow, you won’t regret it!
This time next month we will be opening the doors of our Pop-Up Shop just in time for Fashion Revolution Week (YEY!) PLUS! we are also working on an awesome not-for-profit collab with @loishazel with all funds going to the Fashion Revolution Campaign - Stay tuned!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
So, what is Fashion Revolution Week and how can you be involved? Fashion Revolution is only four years old and already the world's largest fashion activism movement. On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history.
That’s when Fashion Revolution was born. Since then, people from all over the world have come together to use the power of fashion to change the world.
Have you ever wondered who made your clothes? How much they’re paid, and what their lives are like?
We need to become more curious about how our clothes are made and who made them.
Get in contact with brands and ask them #whomademyclothes to discover the real people throughout the supply chain.
We want hundreds of thousands of people around the world to take part. Together we can use the power of fashion to inspire change.
A couple of new cushions using gorgeous hand printed fabric from @inkandspindle_ left over from my recent lampshade refurb. Still room in my gallery wall for a couple more frames must get onto that next. One has fallen down recently (sorry @dylanjonesart AGAIN!) and still to rehang it. I’m in the mood for doing ALL THE THINGS that I never get around to....Rainy days, do love them so 😀
When you’re surrounded by beautiful, conscious clothing and you start to try the full showroom 🌹😅
Cheers to @olivesandleos, the Swiss agency for conscious x sustainable fashion, here at their season’s sale closing.
cc/ @underprotection, @beaumontorganic @swedishstockings @elsiengringhuis @studio_cossac 🥂
ps. Please remember me next time NOT to take the credit cards (yes, all of them) with me. Just in case.
PSA: We’re down to the last piece for these styles, and it might be awhile till you next see them. Our Asymmetrical Top, Organic Cotton V-neck Blouse, Organic Cotton Kimono Vest and Organic Cotton Paper-bag Pants all need a loving home 💙 Swipe for more pictures.