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We all know that being ethical can be stylish, but can politics be stylish too? As part of the Think Act Vote campaign, founder Amisha Ghadiali has brought together some of the biggest names in ethical fashion to redesign the campaign’s t-shirt. Junky Styling, Ada Zanditon, Tara Starlet, Ciel and Beautiful Soul are but a few of the wonderful designers to re-work a simple t-shirt into stunning creations. George Walker reveals what happens when fashion meets politics in our pop-out gallery.
Amidst all this talk of elections, candidates and party leaders, a small company urges us to cast a different kind of vote, a vote with our feet. SAWA wants to start a new chapter in the African story and we examine its candidacy, Eleni Sardi writes.
French cosmetics company Melvita has been causing a real stir with natural beauty product enthusiasts across the waters for years now. Former beekeeper Bernard Chevilliat founded the brand and brand manager Simon Ford makes sure this natural cosmetics company keeps to its core values as it expands. Recently the company released products in the UK- so will British customers be just as enticed by the products as the French? All the signs point to yes. George Walker speaks to Simon Ford about this sweet-as-honey cosmetics company.
Simon Duffy, Co-founder of Bulldog cosmetics, wanted to create a natural skin and body care range for men that was more fun, affordable and accessible than those he saw on the market. George Walker talks to Simon Duffy about natural ingredients, young entrepreneurship and picking a dog breed to front his brand.