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

Top 10 Ways To Reduce Your Fashion Footprint

Our clothes leave a significant fashion footprint on the planet but there are steps we can all take to create an environmentally conscious closet

by Irene Feeney

Circulose: The Brand New Material Closing The Fashion Industry Loop

Renewcell, the creators of Circulose, are on a mission to make old clothes new. We caught up with them to find out how their innovation can transform the world’s second most polluting industry

by Josh Sims

The Rise Of Slow Furniture: Why You Should Race To Discover Dubai’s Eco-Friendly Homeware Scene

Where to buy stylish, long-lasting and sustainable furniture that doesn’t cost the Earth

by Harriet Shephard

Seven Simple Ways We Can All Do Our Bit For Earth Month

From organising a beach clean up to simply switching off the taps, it’s easy to care for the planet throughout Earth Month and beyond

by Michelle Kuehn

Full Beam Ahead For The Solar Car Revolution

The future of cars looks decidedly sunny – it might have taken almost 60 years, but we are finally on the cusp of a solar car revolution

by Nick Harding

How To Declutter More Sustainably This Spring

Make your spring clean green this year with these top tips to declutter your home, mind and the planet 

by Shelina Jokhiya

Will The Idea Of Plant-Based Fashion Grow On You?

An increasing number of high profile brands are experimenting with plant-based fashion with the hope of weeding out conventional toxic textile practices

by Josh Sims

Something in the Air: Why Poor Indoor Air Quality Could Be Affecting Your Health

If you wake up with a stuffy nose or get frequent headaches it could be a sign that the air in your home is filled with allergens, but breathe easy there are solutions

by Michelle Kuehn

The Pregnancy Guide To Sustainable Maternity Fashion

A growing belly doesn’t have to mean a growing carbon footprint, there are plenty of brands offering sustainable maternity wear to see you through the trimesters and beyond

by Irene Feeney