An evening with Clare Press and Fashion Revolution
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. [...]
Bespoke. Printed. Organic. Handmade. It’s Doc Cotton.
What if there were a marketplace for sustainable fashion that provided an innovative way of purchasing sustainably and ethically made clothes by independent designers? That’s what Doc Cotton are offering. A sustainable fashion brand all [...]
Underwear that’s (not) just for Y.O.U.
It’s hard to start a blog this way without smiling, but: imagine having no underwear on. No, seriously. I mean it. Imagine that you didn’t have any underwear at all. Because, well… you literally didn’t [...]
Sustainability first? Remember: Hide The Label.
Sustainable British fashion start-up Hide The Label is on a mission to help women look good with a clearer conscience, with the launch of their new womenswear collection. The brand, which is named after the [...]
Do shoes get any more sustainable than Veja?
They’ve been mooted as ‘the most sustainable sneakers in the world’ by CNN and their popularity is beyond doubt, even extending to British royalty (Meghan, Duchess of Sussex). Veja is the brainchild of two 25-year-old [...]
Tim Walker’s ‘Wonderful Things’ at the V&A
Colour illuminates all that is vague and dreary. The primary colours intrude into the most dismal soul, plunging the senses into a multi-sensory feast, swelling with satisfaction. This is one perspective on the V&A’s upcoming exhibition [...]
Made in Mexico – The New Must-Watch Fashion Documentary
The ‘Peace Corps of fashion’, Remake, recently premiered their latest short film in London and anyone who buys clothes really should see it.’Made in Mexico’ follows Amanda Hearst, activist and co-founder of Maison de Mode, [...]