Tucked away in a leafy corner just off London’s Regent Street, tibits is a revolutionary restaurant that turns the bog-standard buffet into an upmarket healthy eating experience. Jen Marsden investigates. Read more
For days now the sun has been teasing us with frequent appearances that dispel our will to work and make us long for days out of the office and into the open. It is about time we start thinking about stylish and ethical clothing designed for an active lifestyle. Eleni Sardi writes about WOMbat’s Fairtrade range.
‘We’re all mad here’ at Greenmystyle.com for all things Alice in Wonderland! While the beloved tale has been interpreted in Tim Burton’s latest movie, it has managed to creep up as an inspiration in everything from cute blue bows to afternoon tea parties in cafes everywhere. Have a look at some of our picks to recreate Wonderland at home or have a wicked wonderful time about town. Eleni Sardi goes down the eco rabbit hole.
Covetable and considerate were the key words at the London College of Fashion’s open morning for the Considerate Design project. The Greenmystyle team were there to hear how high-tech engineering technology is being used alongside traditional craftsmanship to create beautiful bespoke pieces. Could this be the future of ethical fashion design? George Walker writes.
The Think Act Vote campaign made its official and oh-so-stylish launch at ethical fashion boutique Ascension on Wednesday with the grand reveal of their t-shirt competition winner. The shop was packed, the drinks were flowing and everyone was excited to see this democracy-championing campaign get off to a great start. We at Greenmystyle were there to get the first look at the t-shirt design and a few words from organiser Amisha Ghadiali and those involved. George Walker writes.
In addition to the excitement, pregnancy can bring all sorts of beauty dilemmas that may not have cropped up before – not just for yourself but also for your newborn. Changing skin complexions, stretch marks, nappy rash, you name it! Jen Marsden provides some top natural tips to combat them.
Cute, fun and functional, Frugi make chemical-free, organic clothing for babies, children and mums. Greenmystyle.com spoke to Frugi’s Emma Vyvyan about how the label has evolved over the past six years and what sweet delights are in store for summer. Lisa Cugnetto writes.
All parents worry about the food they are giving their baby. Organic food helps to feed you baby without putting any harmful chemicals into their bellies. While it’s best to make your own homemade pureed foods for your little ones, Greenmystyle.com knows it’s sometimes easier said than done when you’re on the trot. Jenny Butler looks at the tastiest and healthiest organic tots food on the global market. Read more