If you want new outfits but don’t feel like buying new clothes. Click here to read how you can stay sustainable this festive season while still looking fabulous
Hannah Wellock reviews the Future Fashion Fair, a sustainable fashion event, which took place last weekend at the Yard in Manchester, complete with small business stalls, vintage fashion and a swap shop!
Whether you’er desperate for an item or looking to treat yourself, check out these hot shops on Depop!
Is fast fashion a thing of the past or is it gaining traction in light of the Covid-19 pandemic?
Beauty Editor Alex Bikard interviews vegan blogger Jenny Marie on her thoughts about sustainability and plus-size fashion
Are Depop resellers really immoral, or is there more than what meets the eye to these sustainable sellers?
It can be easy to impulsively buy that half-price top or discounted dress, but have you ever stopped to think about the damaging effects that Black Friday has on the fashion industry?
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
Is faux-leather really more sustainable than real leather? Our writer Letycja Oczkowicz ponders on the question
From spreading good vibes to creating sustainable fashion: an insight into how Softer People became the brand it is today.
The second instalment of the ‘Student Businesses to Follow’ series, which focuses on fashion brands
Rhiannon Ingle discusses the re-opening of charity shops and the possible effects this will have on online second-hand shopping
People say that fashion exists on a 20-year cycle. As we begin this new decade of the not-so-roaring 20s, it seems inevitable that the Croc is back in fashion.
Sharon Lei review the Want Not Waste Shop’s panel discussion -Highlighting the environmental impact of fast fashion and the body scanning technology that might be the answer
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