December 29, 2009 by Jen Marsden · Comments Off
Perhaps you received a fat cheque for Christmas. Perhaps you didn’t. But the New Year is surely on its way, following in the footsteps of the January sales. And we’ve sussed out the greenest fashion style finds to make it easier for you! Jen Marsden writes.
An instant outfit updater, a statement necklace is the go-to accessory for anyone worth their fashion salt right now and can work wonders for a tired LBD, a simple white shirt or a snugly jumper. Louise Black has rounded up ten absolute showstoppers: all available now and all ethically produced.
We love vintage at Greenmystyle.com. It’s an eco, stylish and often wallet-friendly way to add new gems to your wardrobe. So to celebrate last month’s launch of Lally’s closet, an online vintage retail space, we’ve been talking to its owner Topsy about stocking Tom Ford and enthralling vintage neophytes. Lucie Goulet writes.
Are you looking for inspiration for gorgeous, stylish and green decorations for your Christmas tree, bannisters, and homely hearth? With so many lovely options to choose from that can last for years to come it was hard to pick. But a few songs of festive cheer and a mince pie to sustain us, we finally selected our favourites! Mandy Barder writes.
We interviewed cutting edge British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn way back in March, but since then he’s been a very busy bee indeed. To top off his spectacular year, Raeburn has recently been announced as one of the recipients of the British Fashion Council’s prestigious NEWGEN award. Louise Black writes.
What do Stella McCartney and Leona Lewis have in common with Joss Stone and Amanda Holden? All of these famous ladies share a soft spot for good food that is full of flavour but free of meat. For them, and for all the other vegetarians out there, Cook Vegetarian! Magazine has decided to nominate and award the best vegetarian products on the market with the first ever Veggie Awards 2010. Eleni Sardi writes.
A new wave of children’s books tackling recycling and climate change has arrived on the literary scene. Packed full of images and easy to digest facts, these books are set to give kids an insight into thinking about their effect on the planet. Maria Kaski picks her favourite eco kid’s books.
Green People, a favourite natural beauty brand,has won a succession of awards in recent months proving once again that it’s top of the eco-beauty game. Eleni Sardi reports. Read more
If Oscar de la Renta’s recent pre-fall couture collection is anything to go by, we will all be coveting patchwork in the new year, but if high-end luxury loveliness is a little too costly for both your purse and your planet then maybe ReVampt have the answer with its new collection of patchworks, launching in February. Louise Black writes.
Of all the things that might be waiting under the tree on Christmas morning, nothing beats a bright, shiny new bike tied up with a ribbon. A beautiful bicycle is the perfect gift for anyone thinking about minimising their carbon footprint, getting fit or just getting out and about. Louise Black chooses the best buys for even the choosiest of Christmas customers.