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Revolve May 16
We recently caught up with Edinburgh ethical fashion blogger and asked her to share her 5 top tips for buying great looking fashion second hand. What are your top tips for ?
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Paul Burke May 17
Slowing down fast fashion and the role of startups with a CSR mindset
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FOUR PAWS Australia 8h
'The recent shift by so many leaders in the luxury fashion space marks a meaningful and powerful animal rights commitment from luxury brands.' - A positive sign of the times!
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Elena Daniilidou May 19
The humble t-shirt was & still is a wardrobe staple(created in the Middle Ages!) from underwear to outerwear, the garment became a form of self-expression, communicating our perspectives towards the dominant culture. Check out my take here
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Good Eco Goods 4h
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The WORKERS 40m
Opening today! CELF : An exhibition of selected artworks by with a close connection with the Workers. + SHOWCASE : Suzanna James Visit 11am-4.30pm Thu/Fri/Sat or by appointment.
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Ali S.K. 12h
" is banning fur, joining Burberry, Versace, Gucci, Chanel & others." This is great news. 💗 🦊
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Cool Reusable 21h
Reusable Cotton Baby Nappy
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pebble magazine 2h
What are you doing next Saturday? Come join us and our market at 😍
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ELIZA  ELIZA May 21
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CrueltyFreeBecky 14h
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Embellished Truth 16h
Range planning for Spring/Summer ‘20. It’s all looking good 💚💫
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Jessica Medcalf 3h
We did it! The Prada group has agreed to ban fur from its collection starting spring 2020. This, alongside commitments from many other brands, demonstrate that together can put an end to this cruel industry!
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Nomads Clothing 2h
Nothing says summer quite like a floral print - and if it's in jersey then even better! Shop all organic cotton jersey dresses here > slowfashion
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Rickwells Himalayan May 19
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WhereDoesItComeFrom? 13h
NEW - You can now buy fabrics from Where Does It Come From? Our first are organic, rainfed cotton from Uganda. 3 prints available at
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Adele Turner May 16
Rocking more charity shop finds again today. T-shirt courtesy of in Sedgley. Shirt courtesy of in Bridgnorth..... 💖💖💖
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CrueltyFreeBecky May 20
Charity shop / Depop haul !! 👗🤤
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Good Eco Goods May 21
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Vitalboo Store May 15
Tropical Style Serving Tray
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