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Asquith London Ethical Clothing

April 25, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing, Family, Grown Ups

Asquith London is a conscientious fashion brand that produces contemporary and stylish leisurewear.
Here at TGF we love the sustainably produced, natural fabrics that are used in the manufacture of the range

EkoCycle

April 2, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

EKOCYCLE has been launched by American rapper Will.i.am and the Coca-Cola company, producing items made from recycled materials. Recycled products include plastic bottles and aluminium cans, that can be re-purposed into recycled goods for fashionable lifestyle products. Not only will the end result be great products by well known brands, but it will also encourage the […]

Organic Clothes for Babies and Kids from redurchin

March 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Clothing, Family, Kids & Teens

redurchin’s classic collection of organic baby and childrenswear for 0-8 years is manufactured in Europe and designed in London by architect Beth Bourrelly

Greenfibres Eco-Products

March 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

Greenfibres was started in the 1990’s by William and Gabriela Lana because they wanted to offer beautiful and useful textile products that are not only kind to the environment but also to our health and well-being.

Ethical Fashion from Beaumont Organic

March 13, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

Beaumont Organic clothes are made from organically grown cotton, free from the synthetic fertilisers, genetically modified seeds, insecticides, herbicides, and pesticides that feature in conventionally grown cotton

The Fableists Ethical Children’s Clothing

February 7, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

The ethos behind the idea for The Fableists was to stop child labour and the cycle of kids making clothes for other kids. This was then carried through to making sure that the materials used for making the clothes were sustainable and organic and wouldn’t harm children’s skin.

Guest Post: Aloe Skins

February 6, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

Finding time to incorporate your yoga practice and skin regime into your daily routine can be challenging.   To help simplify things, Carrot Banana Peach Yoga and Fitness Wear has launched their new range of Aloe Skins clothing made from the succulent inside liquid of the Aloe Vera Plant. Designed with yoga enthusiasts in mind, […]

Boys&Girls Collaborates With London Street Artist Malarky

January 23, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

London based kidswear British clothing company Boys&Girls offer stylish, practical and affordable kid’s clothes for 1-10 year old’s. The kids wear range is made from organic and fairtrade cotton. The company ensures its ethical policy is of the highest standard, being fair to the environment is a priority and each garment is created with care and made […]

Yes You Can: Tall Women Can Wear Little Black Dresses and Accessorize Them, Too

January 16, 2014 by  
Filed under Clothing

The popularity of the little black dress, also known as LBD, has only increased over the years, and they’re known as one of the universal items of clothing that can suit any size, shape or height. So if you’re a tall woman, don’t be scared of rocking that LBD, just be sure to choose the […]

Nomads Fairtrade Clothing

December 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Clothing, Family, Grown Ups

Sometimes we come across an online store that really catches our eye! Nomads is one of those. We love the bright colours and the vibrant designs of the range that perfectly evokes the country of India that inspired the formation of the company. Founders Duncan and Vicky met while backpacking around India in the late […]

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