Whether your student budget makes sustainable shopping difficult or social media has pressured you into needing to feel fashionable, perhaps we shouldn’t be so quick to judge those who rely on fast fashion
With approximately £140 million worth of clothing going to landfill every year, it’s clear that sustainable fashion is necessary and it doesn’t have to be expensive
Fashion Editor Alice Porter argues that the democratisation of fashion during the 2010s has rendered the era distinctly undefinable (apart from its consistent nostalgia)
If you’ve blown your student loan already but are too buried in deadlines for a part-time job, selling your clothes online could be the answer
Fashion editor Alice Porter, chats to the founder of UoM’s brand new Thrifting Society, Millie Nettleton
Sustainability and fashion is an interesting pair. In an industry that is defined by constant change, how can it be sustainable?
This week ‘The Mancunion’ interviews Noorin Khamisani, the founder of ethical fashion brand, Outsider.
Lusting after something that you simply cannot afford? Here is Chloe Letcher’s high street alternative with an ethical twist…
The surprising second-hand September that shaped, swapped, and styled some of our editorial team’s wardrobes this month
Planning on buying new underwear this Valentine’s Day? Have you ever considered the environmental impact of this? Try sustainable underwear this year so you can look and feel confident
Fashion Editor Alice Porter shares her picks of the best fashion podcasts
Online Editor Bec Oakes, discusses how to become a more sustainable consumer with very little effort or spending