Fair Fashion Friday! Some style inspo…
Every Friday I post some fair trade, sustainable fashion inspo.
This week I’m looking at recent collaborations from ethical brands… Sound good? Read on…
House of Hackney X Reformation
Two of my favourite brands! I love the House of Hackney prints and their small scale production ethic. I also love Reformations ability to produce great contemporary fashion, sustainably. This collaboration is an absolute dream for me!
A small range of maxi dresses, mini dresses, jumpsuit and tops in the big bold prints House of Hackney is renowned for, produced in the US in a energy efficient way, you can see the stats for each garment by finding them on the Reformation website here.
Shop the collaboration on the House of Hackney website here and get 10% off with the code 10AWARD.
Prices start at £150
Selfish Mother X The Bonnie Mob
Selfish Mother make organic sweats and tees and donate proceeds to charity, The Bonnie Mob make beautiful and ethical childrens clothing – combine the two and get a wonderful range of quality slogan sweats and rompers for mum and baby – twinning is winning!
Proceeds from each sale to go to Refugee Support Europe with a huge emphasis on helping pregnant women who have to give birth in refugee camps to have some quality, clean and safe bonding time with their newborn babies.
Prices from £110.
People Tree X Victoria & Albert Museum
People tree are the pioneers of ethical fashion, using a variety of sustainable materials in their ranges (such as organic cottons, tencell, bamboo etc) and ensuring all garments are made with fair trade co operatives that provide support to working families in rural areas. This collaboration is a pretty special one, the prints are based on dress fabrics from the 1930s, originally by the Calico Printers’ Association in Manchester, now held in the V&A archive.
Prices from £75.
Available from the People Tree website here.
What do you think of these, and have I missed any others? Let me know in the comments below.