Curated edits on slow fashion and sustainable style trends to help readers make the maximum statement with the smallest carbon footprint.

Grow Veg From Your Kitchen Counter With A Smart Garden – It Helps Combat Climate Change Too!

Now that winter is upon us, bring the outside into your urban space with the help of smart gardening. No green fingered skills required!

by Michelle Kuehn

14 Super Simple Ways to Make Your Clothes Last Longer

From ‘washing’ them in the freezer to hanging darks to dry inside, here are some top tips to help your clothes last longer

by Irene Feeney

9 Ways to Host the Perfect Clothes Swap Party

From covering all shapes and sizes to ensuring an organised space, follow these pointers on hosting a clothes swap soirée for a seamless sustainable event

by Irene Feeney

The 6 Big R’s of Eco-Friendly Fashion… That Help Planet (and Purse)!

There are plenty of small steps you can take to stay stylish and sustainable. Here we look at the 6 ‘Rs’ of building a responsible wardrobe.

by Irene Feeney

Greenwashing: Is Your New Favourite Fashion Brand Lying To You?

As consumers admit they’ll pay a premium for eco-friendly clothes, some lines are resorting to greenwashing and telling outright lies

by Irene Feeney

Viscose: The Ugly Side to Your Pretty Clothes

If your wardrobe is home to floaty dresses or soft loungewear, then you’ve likely got garments made from viscose. While touted as an ‘eco’ fabric by many, it can come at both a heavy environmental and ethical cost

by Anthea Ayache

Love Island Makes TV Fans Fall For Slow Fashion

The hit TV show has changed fashion buying habits with sales of second-hand clothes soaring to one per second thanks to this year’s slow fashion style icons

by Karen Pasquali Jones

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