November 26, 2012


With Christmas only a month away (cue heart attack inducing mad panic) i'd thought share with you some of my favourite pieces from the world of ethical fashion. I was browsing the splash website last night whilst trying to get some inspiration for some eco-friendly Christmas gifts, when I stumbled across a few ethical fashion labels that were new to me, and boy did i hit the jackpot! 
Eco-fashion has certainly come a long way from it's early image of patchwork quilted rainbow dungarees & floaty tie-dye patchouli oil dresses hasn't it? (I made both of those things up, but you get the picture don't you? No? Well think Glastonbury Festival when tickets were about 28 quid). Ethical fashion as we know it today is not only something that people are genuinely proud to be a part of, it is also pretty damn gorgeous and it's majorly high up there in the fashion stakes. It's fashion with a conscience and it's awesome. And lets face it, when you get the likes of young fashionistas such as Emma Watson facing campaigns for companies like People Tree, you can guess the designs are going to be pretty special. 

Take a look!

1. Star Bobble Hat Chinti & Parker // 2. Star Scarf Chinti & Parker // 3. Heart Elbow Patch Sweater Chinti & Parker // 4. Jill Red Stripe Tunic People Tree // 5. Purse Elvis & Kresse // 6. Key Ring Elvis & Kresse


  1. This could be ethical as the 1 and the 2 seems to be night and stars theme cap and muffler. In fancy dress if some one will act to show the four shades of year then it would be good.
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