ISHKAR: The Next Chapter
Edmund Le Brun and Flore de Taisne met while working in Afghanistan and founded ISHKAR as a way to empower the highly skilled but vulnerable artisans they encountered; those whose livelihoods are threatened by mass [...]
Atelier MorganMarsh: for dressing sustainably through winter
AtelierMorganMarsh.com, the new kid on the fashion block, is all about making dresses last. Founded in 2018 by Tina Morgan and Berrin Marsh, it focuses on its sustainable and ethical approach, although that has come [...]
Creativity + Style = Illustrate.
It started with a guy (Toby) and his friend (James) selling Toby’s artworks in markets. Humble huh? But from that, the Illustrate marketplace has grown exponentially and now connects over 20 creatives to the people [...]
Want to shop efficiently for luxury ethical items? That’s ‘Good On You’!
Do good, look good, feel good. If you’re short on time but committed to luxury ethical shopping, Good On You has the solution. Since 2015, the small team behind this brilliant fashion venture, which consists [...]
Chic Chats #27 – On Good Authority
Sara Lewis is co-founder of a new fashion start up, On Good Authority, which makes premium rainwear using fabrics made from recycled plastic and non-toxic chemicals. Lawfully Chic caught up with her this month to [...]
Pebblefestive – London’s biggest ethical market
Time to get (Pebble) festive! Saturday 30 November Ever wished your High Street was more ethical, so you could do your Christmas shopping with a clear conscience? That’s what Pebblesfestive is offering: a huge ethical [...]
An evening with Clare Press and Fashion Roundtable
As sustainability continues to remain on the top of the fashion industry’s agenda, this Lawfully Chic writer recently attended a Q&A and Workshop Evening with Clare Press (presenter of the Wardrobe Crisis podcast, Global Ambassador [...]
South African fashion start-up Utamu promotes universal education
Utamu celebrates craftsmanship and supports children’s education, simultaneously; when you buy an Utamu jacket, you're sponsoring a term of English and Maths lessons for a young person in Masiphumelele, a small community in South Africa where more than 40,000 people live disadvantaged and poor by the legacy of apartheid. [...]