'Sustainable dresses: 9 ethical brands to know about now'
Edited by Polly Knight
A brilliant review in this week's Stylist Magazine highlights the biggest trend for 2020: Sustainability - but with a twist - this trend is here to stay. Lara Faye discusses the tactics to building a collection of stylish pieces that will spark joy for years to come - 'the key lies in buying products that you’ll love forever, wear on multiple occasions (consider cost per wear) and last but not least has been ethically and sustainably sourced'. Check out the full article here to discover the chic dresses from ethical luxury brands to invest in now - Shop smart, make good choices and still look stylish.
'Feel Good Fashion'
A fantastic feature in this week's Grazia highlights the homegrown brands and boutiques to be supporting now. The Amaury Coat in green, navy and white stripe is effortlessly chic and makes a bold statement – it is one of my favourite pieces. The article is edited by Sophie Henderson with a wonderful write up by Natalie Hammond.
'London-based designer Alice Early has perfectly oversized trench coats, gingham co-ords, utilitarian shirtdresses with tie waists and plenty more to create a super-useful capsule wardrobe of sustainably made clothes.'
The Frank Magazine
A stunning shoot featuring the Raminta Shirtdress in white and summer red, the Ford Trouser in navy and the Bethan Shirt in both navy and white, styled by Natasha Aimee. Enjoy all the images from the shoot here.
'19 Sustainable Brands Our Editors Champion Every Day of the Year'
Fashion editor at Elle Magazine, Daisy Murray highlights 100 independent fashion brands you can support during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In the December issue of Women's Health magazine, stylist Rachel Wang shows us you no longer need to choose between luxury and earth friendly fashion. Rachel has styled my Amaury coat in green, navy and white stripe, with a Patagonia and Stella McCartney ensemble.
By Frankie Graddon
I was thrilled to see Frankie Graddon looking stunning in the Check Raminta Shirtdress in this weeks Grazia magazine, discussing fashion rental and wardrobe sharing.
Earlier this year, I teamed up with My Wardrobe HQ, a UK-based fashion rental platform and community for buying, selling and renting designer items from people and profiles you love. MWHQ offers a solution to the fast fashion crisis by encouraging consumers to rent pieces rather than buy and wear once. You can still buy pieces of course, but I encourage you to invest in quality over quantity and consider clothes with a strong style and beautiful cut that can be enjoyed long term and are not bound to fleeting fashions and seasonal trends.
That’s Not My Age - The grown-up guide to great style
by Alyson Walsh
In association with Extinction Rebellion, Liza Molnar produces an editorial that is unashamedly audacious in its concept and fuelled by the fashion industries need to create change - climate change. Captured through the lens of Steve Glashier, and with a narrative to showcase the fight against fast-fashion, all garments featured are created by sustainable designers. See the shoot here.
The Early Bird in Natural Health
'Get the latest look with organic, sustainable fashion brand Alice Early'
'Style your bump... Sustainable fashion now covers all corners of your style needs, from weekend wardrobe through to chic dressing', Antonia O'Brien.
'Alice Early: a “stripped back” womenswear label with a sustainable focus'.
Read the full article here by Alyson Walsh.
Featured in Harper's Bazaar
'22 of our favourite sustainable brands'.
Read the full article here.