Heinz Meanz Ketchup Will Come in ‘Bottle of Tomorrow’ Made Out of Wood Pulp

The sauce brand will dump plastic bottles for a sustainable and recyclable eco Ketchup bottle

by Nick Ames

The Slow Wardrobe – Where Do I Start?

More consumers than ever before are looking to make conscious choices, but where to start for a slow wardrobe?

by Irene Feeney

Wear The Movement: Wild Fabrik Create Conscious Collection to Save Endangered Wildlife

For World Environment Day – June 5th – sustainable fashion platform, Wild Fabrik is launching a limited collection with all proceeds going to Emirates Nature WWF to help protect endangered wildlife

by Anthea Ayache

Technology: A Force for Good or Ill?

Technology can help solve world problems including climate change and geopolitical issues, but devices can also cause serious addiction. Clinical psychologist Dr. Saliha Afridi of Lighthouse Arabia, discusses the pros and cons

by Dr Saliha Afridi

Is AR the Future of Sustainable Fashion

Augmented reality is already seeping into the fashion industry from digital catwalk shows to virtual dressing rooms. April Miller looks at the ways in which one of the world’s largest polluters could use AR to up its eco game.

by April Miller

Parley team up with Dior to Create Beach Capsule Wardrobe from Ocean Plastic

Parley and Dior have collaborated on a Beachwear Capsule made from Ocean Plastic in the latest fashion linkup for the eco organisation

by Anthea Ayache

The Capsule Wardrobe Your Conscious Closet Needs this Summer

Synonymous with sustainability, the capsule wardrobe is now more fashionable than ever. We take a look at Dubai based, slow fashion designer EMILIA OHRTMANN’S seven summer staples.

by Anthea Ayache

Stay Cool with these Sustainable Summer Styles

If you want to up your sustainable summer style game, look no further than these ten suggestions from UAE slow fashion platform Wild Fabrik.

by Gergana Abdulrahman

The Future of Fashion is Here: Luxury Clothes That Are ALIVE

From algae to kelp, seaweed and even bacteria, designers are growing biogarments made from living textiles that clean the air and biodegrade in a bid to tackle fast fashion

by Josh Sims