Green fashion trade fairs the Greenshowroom and the Ethical Style Show Berlin opened their doors to the public for the first time at their new venue, the Kraftwerk Berlin. 170 conscious brands are

It is never too late to make a change in your career, not matter what age or stage you may be at. Just look at Rebecca Fordham, award winning BBC journalist and UNICEF member, who decided to try her

London - British designer Stella McCartney is often cited as the leading advocate for sustainable and ethical fashion. Her namesake designer label is both fur and leather free and made with the most

London - Modern slavery is a subject most fashion businesses tend to shy away from. Although many deny its presences within the fashion industry, the fact remains that modern slavery is very much pre

Safia Minney MBE, founder of fair trade and sustainable label People Tree is no stranger to both the environmental and the social issues plaguing the global fashion industry. In order to tackle the m

British designer Katharine Hamnett is relaunching her 90’s label Hamnett back to market. While it is first and foremost a streetwear collection, its trademark is that it is sourced and manufact

H&M may be busy marketing its new Conscious Collection, due to hit stores in April, but that hasn't stopped the retailer from producing incredibly cheap fashion of questionable ethics. A sign in

Faux snakeskin, leatherette, plexiglass: hardly the fabrics you associate with a luxury label, however at Stella McCartney they are the backbone of her accessories business, which does not use animal

Car boot sales are riding high on the crest of the economic recession. Typically popular during the summer months, there is now a growing trend of all year-round boot sales across the UK.  Stand

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has taken a bold environmental stand this month with the creation of a flamenco-style dress reused from Sainsbury's carrier bags. The retailer enlisted the creativ

The countdown has begun for the annual trade show Ethical Style Source Expo this week. By popular demand, this season the Ethical Style Forum will launch a Designer Pavilion as part of the Expo,

Nearly 72% of British consumers think ethical production of the clothes they buy is important – up sharply from 59% last year. The findings were published this week according to the latest Ethi