If you stumbled off of George Street and just kept walking down the hill, where the cobble stones are poking out of the road and pointing you in different directions (health and safety warning; try not to wear mules), you will eventually come across a Starbucks. Now the Starbucks is actually irrelevant to this story, … Continue reading Treen, Edinburgh’s new sustainable and ethical retailer (and Nessie).
Pretty Pink Edinburgh was founded by Ilana Ewing, born and raised in Brazil. Shortly after moving to Scotland, fuelled by home sickness, Ilana began to create and craft her own sustainably sourced jewellery. https://youtu.be/vg5uSXUolMA Over time I began to concentrate more fully on eco-jewellery and on designing and creating collections that were colourful, contemporary, stylish … Continue reading Pretty Pink
Just last week I met with 27 year-old fashion designer, Siobhan McKenna, to talk about her growing company ReJean Denim. We met in Siobhan's hometown of Glasgow at the newly opened, COLAB Scotland, where Siobhan displays just some of her jackets. In the coffee shop just next to her unit, we sat down to discuss … Continue reading Recycle, REJEAN, re-use; The sustainable clothing company taking Glasgow by storm.
Ruth MacGilp is one of the best in terms of sustainable fashion blogging. Winning Scottish Blogger of the year in 2016 and a runner up in Sustainable Online Business of the Year, at the Herald Fashion Awards in 2017, it is clear that Ruth knows what she is talking about. Ruth MacGilp / photo credit … Continue reading The Fashion Revolution with Ruth MacGilp