When you’re pregnant you still want to look good and glow! But let’s face it: it’s not always easy to find maternity wear that’s both flattering and eco-friendly.
“Footglove Earth,” is the first line of sustainable footwear from Marks & Spencer. Part of the British department store’s so-called “Plan A” environmental strategy, the shoes comprise a variety of post-consumer waste, such as coffee grounds in the fabric lining, rice husk–blended natural rubber for the soles, plastic bottles for internal reinforcements, and recycled foam for padded comfort.
H&M has appointed Olivia Wilde to be the new face of its environmentally sustainable “Conscious Exclusive” collection. The line’s third celebrity spokeswoman, the Hollywood actress suceeds supermodel Amber Valletta, who in turn inherited the role from French singer-actress Vanessa Paradis in 2013.
What can be better than scrolling through gorgeous outfits and then purchasing them at the click of a button? Fashion shopping through your computer screen makes sense, especially if you want to miss the busy shops, especially over the Festive Season.
9 inexpensive ways to keep your wool sweaters looking like new, whether you are storing them over summer or pulling them out of your wardrobe to wrap up warm this holiday season, with these tips you’ll be wearing your winter woolies for many seasons to come.
It’s summer and that means beach time! Although you might feel a bit insecure about your body, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy swimwear. You can be sexy in a bikini or swimsuit – you just have to find the right one for your shape.
Esprit recently launched its third recycled clothing collection. The latest “Recycled Collection by Esprit,” a collaboration with Berlin designer Karen Jessen, winner of the 2013 EcoChic Design Award, comprises eight denim and five knit styles, all derived from the Hong Kong-based apparel brand’s own manufacturing off-cuts.
The environmental sustainability promoting NGO, Redress, has recently launched the R Cert recycled textile clothing standard, a verification standard that aims to educate consumers about the recycling process and the environmental savings achieved through the production of their recycled textile clothing.
Patagonia has launched “Truth to Materials”, a seven-piece capsule collection made from reclaimed fibres and fabrics, that explores what it describes as “radical new methods of manufacturing.”
This October Swedish retail giant, H&M, will introduce “Conscious Denim,” an extensive line of indigo essentials for men, women, and children that promises to reduce the environmental impact of jeans.