Our Pick of the Best Sustainable Plus Size Clothing Brands

Plus size ethical fashion has often been overlooked by the industry but that’s slowly changing. Here we look at seven brands offering inclusive sizes that are both sustainable and chic.

by Irene Feeney

Silk: The Not So Shiny Truth About The Prized Fabric

Up to 3,000 silkworms are boiled alive in their cocoons to make one silk pillowcase: the slippery story of how the luxurious textiles is produced

by Sarah Freeman

Can a Sustainable Wardrobe be Affordable?

It’s a common perception that sustainable fashion is unaffordable. But as the industry comes under increasing scrutiny for its environmental impact we ask: ‘Can switching from fast to slow fashion be affordable?’

by Irene Feeney

Etihad Airways Partners with Sustainable Fashion Project Junk Kouture

The UAE’s national airline is donating old aircraft parts and free flights to Junk Kouture, the sustainable youth fashion challenge

by Harriet Shephard

Tread Lightly but Stylishly in these UAE Thrift Stores

Create fabulous new looks and reduce the environmental impact of your wardrobe with these UAE thrifty treasure troves

by Harriet Shephard

Sustainable Fashion Brands Leading the Way

As consumers rethink their shopping habits, there is an increasing demand for more sustainable fashion. Here we choose our top picks.

by Irene Feeney

Taking Great Strides in Sustainability With Sneakers Recycled From the SKIP

Making vegan footwear from old shoes destined for landfill doesn’t mean sacrificing style, insists the designer for sustainable ecodeluxe brand Humans Are Vain

by Josh Sims

Trash Couture! Designer Jewellery Made From Scrap Car Tyres and Bike Inner Tubes

Laura Zabo is making more than a fashion statement with the necklaces and earrings she creates from old car and bike parts saved from landfill

by Karen Pasquali Jones

From Love Island to Pre-Loved Island; How the TV show Is Changing Fashion Shopping Habits

With a shared closet of second-hand clothes from eBay, the hit TV show could become the unlikely advocate for slow fashion

by Karen Pasquali Jones