If you’re football crazy and eco mad, Nike’s World Cup 2010 kits are set to please this summer. According to Nike, their new kit will bring the “most environmentally friendly and technologically advanced kit in football’s history”. But can the kit really please eco-lovers and footy fans alike? George Walker spoke to Nike about the recycled plastic kits which both you and the likes of Ronaldo, Robinho and Ji-Sung Park can wear this coming World Cup season. Read more
Topman has built upon its Fairtrade range for guys this Fairtrade Fortnight with a limited edition range of highly covetable t-shirts. The tees combine a sense of youthful energy, clever prints and Fairtrade cotton to give you guys a stylish ethical look. George Walker reveals why these limited edition tops are definitely worth snapping up. Read more
Big winter coats, denim and dark clothing were the trends at London Fashion week as visitors tried to protect themselves against some very changeable weather. Jenny Butler got her camera out to snap the latest street style trends. Read more
As ever, the crowds at London Fashion Week were full of chic, fashionable and sometimes eccentricly dressed folk. From classic looks to outlandish attire- the designers, bloggers and stylists I bumped into at London Fashion Week certainly showed how the British streets are some of the most stylish in the world. George Walker writes.
UK High Street giant, Holland & Barrett, has announced a complete ban on plastic bags as of 1st January 2010, a move that makes it the first retailer to actively challenge plastic bag use on the high street. Maria Kaski writes.
Jo Wood has been busy this Autumn. When she’s not dancing with Brendan Cole on Strictly Come Dancing, she’s running her organic skin care business. But most recently she has been an active supporter of the Love Fashion Hate Sweatshops campaign. Jen Marsden writes.