As promised here are our monthly ethical tips for May! Good Guide If you’re committed to using your purchasing power to boycott or support companies on the basis of how they conduct their business, the ultra-thorough Good Guide is for you. Its researchers mined mountains of public data and scientifically rate corporations on whether their products are safe, green, healthy and ethical. Barcode scanning makes it particularly simple to retrieve info about an .
As promised here is our monthly ethical and sustainable tips and insights! www.ecosia.org.uk. The brilliant search engine that plants a tree in Africa every time you search! So your armchair curiosity, shopping or emailing can do good in the world! www.thefairphone.com. The world’s first ethical smartphone. Been around a while and yet people still haven’t heard of it and we think it deserves to be heard of! http://olioex.com/ The food sharing revolution! This .
When: 16th October 1:30-3:30pm Where: Sallis Benney Theatre, 56-58 Grand Parade, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 0JY Resource efficiency experts WRAP, which leads the SCAP initiative, will present three short sessions in this hour long workshop. The workshop will focus on: Re-inventing how we design, market and sell clothes. Re-thinking how we use and consume clothes. Re-defining what is possible through re-use and recycling of textiles. Anne Prahl will start off showcasing new initiatives, processes and technology that can .
As October draws near Brighton prepares to host one of the most creative events in sustainable fashion, Brighton Fashion Week. As an event that The Fair Shop has supported throughout the past couple of years we are particularly excited to announce this years fashion week as the only completely sustainable fashion week in the UK. The line up showcases various designers from around the world using eco-friendly techniques to create innovative and unique collections. .
This September celebrates Organic September, a national awareness month of all that is organic. The aim is to make a pact to replace something in your daily life with something organic. Here at FAIR we thought we would give you plenty of excuses for that something to be your clothes! Especially with the back to school rush, as we understand it isn’t just the school kids that like their wardrobe to look fresh as .
New to Fair: SAHEL Design bags! These gorgeous new bags have a just as gorgeous story behind them. SAHEL began in the desert of Burkina Faso where the Fulani originate. Horse lovers by tradition, Fulani people used to dress their steeds in vibrant tassles to accentuate the horse’s movement and turn heads. Traditional Fulani horse harnesses have strong braided straps which are hand woven by highly skilled artisans. All SAHEL bags and accessories employ .
This month has seen some exciting things from The University of Brighton! Including Graduate Fashion Week and the exhibition of all creative final years work. Of course we have a special interest in any projects based on sustainability and Kate Brooks’ collection has exactly that. Comprised of 22 individual interchangeable components, Brooks creates a capsule wardrobe that can suit any season. The idea being that you don’t need to buy new clothes every time .