MADE-BY launches ‘jargon busting’ fashion calendar

February 16, 2010 by George Walker · Leave a Comment 

Calendar- KuyichiEthical fashion has brought with it a new language, with terms such as ‘sustainability’ and ‘fair trade’ becoming part of both the fashion journalist and consumer’s vocabulary. Unfortunately, however, these terms can be confusing, which is where MADE-BY’s chic ‘jargon busting’ calendar comes in. George Walker writes. Read more

Oh so EcoChic in Geneva: GreenmyLIFEstyle’s stylist Zoe Robinson reports

January 25, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

SRO300As promised, GreenmyLIFEstyle personal stylist Zoe Robinson gives us the lowdown on her EcoChic experience with the United Nations and greener2greener in Geneva.

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Geneva takes on Eco Chic with fashion force

January 20, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

Diane Von Furstenburg2010 has been named The International Year of Biodiversity by the UN and in honour of that, it has joined forces with charity Greener2Greener to bring together 500 leading figures from governments, international organisations and the fashion and cosmetics industries for the Eco Chic Conference in Geneva this week. GreenmyLIFEstyle’s personal stylist Zoe Robinson is there to witness the events.

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The secret steps behind Tamasyn Gambell’s recycled scarves

May 22, 2009 by Maria Kaski · Leave a Comment 

07-version-2Tamasyn Gambell’s range of printed scarves is awash with colour and individuality. Here the designer talks us through the steps involved in transforming a recycled scarf into a one-off item to treasure.

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Exclusive interview – Livia Firth

March 5, 2009 by greenmystyle · 1 Comment 

Livia Firth, and yes that is Mrs Colin Firth, is part of a passionate quartet of women behind 12 Degrees Of Fashion, a buzzy new pop-up shop concept devoted to ethical fashion. With a different pop-up fashion shop arriving every month for a year, and workshops too, Livia along with eco fashion doyennes Orsola de Castro, Lucy Siegle and Jocelyn Whipple, is one busy lady. editor Sarah Woodhead was thrilled to chat, and shamelessly couldn’t resist asking about Colin. Read more

Exclusive: Expert stylehunter Lianne Ludlow reports from London fashion events

February 11, 2009 by greenmystyle · Leave a Comment 

Lianne Ludlow, uber cool eco-stylehunter, guru and founder of much-loved ethical fashion store, hit London’s top fashion fairs Pure London and Margin this week, searching for the next hot ethical collections. In this exclusive report for, Lianne reveals which labels caught her eye. Take note, readers, Lianne is like Gok Wan and Mary Portas rolled into one and she’s spotting the eco labels you’re about to fall in love with. Read more

Eco stylehunter Lianne Ludlow joins greenmystyle’s experts

January 30, 2009 by greenmystyle · Leave a Comment 

Lianne Ludlow, founder of Marie Claire‘s favourite ethical fashion boutique, is to join your favourite eco style glossy (that’s us!) as an expert. Think of her as our uber style guru, a Mary Portas or a Gok Wan, making sure we’re writing about the very best in eco style from around the world. editor Sarah Woodhead gets straight in with the important questions (about the perfect jean and style icons of course!) Read more

Got nothing to wear? Re-invent!

November 6, 2008 by greenmystyle · Leave a Comment 

Got nothing to wear? Yeah, right! Us neither. Lara Beard shows you five ways to see beyond your drab clothes and accessories to reinvent your look, minimum spending required. Read more

Expert Q&A: Judy Berger, vintage & swap guru. Oh yes!

October 24, 2008 by Lena Weber · Leave a Comment 

Ever wondered what the difference is between vintage, retro and secondhand? Wish you knew exactly which vintage pieces to look out for? In spectacularly lucky fashion, here with the answers and more is vintage guru Judy Berger, founder of The Affordable Vintage Fashion Fair and the UK’s biggest swapping website Just so happens she’s a fan. Lucky that! Read more

People Tree founder Safia Minney swaps tips

October 21, 2008 by Sarah Woodhead · Leave a Comment 

The first lady of Fair Trade fashion, Safia Minney, founder of People Tree, spares half an hour during the launch of her new book, ‘By Hand’, to talk ethics, stylish women, hot picks and Christmas socks with editor Sarah Woodhead. Read more

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