Our ramblings about Fair Trade, Ethical Fashion, Sustainability, Female Empowerment and Jewellery.

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Welcome to the first instalment of a series of interviews with some amazing people doing brilliant and creative things. We decided that since we are lucky enough to get to talk to so many inspiring individuals and teams on a daily basis, we would start a Talking series...

The BAFTS Annual Conference took place on 20-21st May in Westbourne Grove Church and was a hugely inspiring and fun couple of days. Here are a few things that we felt particularly inspired by and plan to take forwards in our own practice:

1. Forming lasting partnerships...

Set up in 1995, BAFTS (The British Association for Fair Trade Shops and Suppliers) is a membership organisation for businesses that sell fair trade products, both on a wholesale and a retail basis. While Fairtrade International (FLO) and the World Fair Trade Organisati...

What is it?

Fashion Revolution is a global movement which aims to unite people and organisations to work together towards radically changing the way our clothes are sourced, produced and consumed. They campaign to hold the Global Fashion Industry to account for the infr...

Just Trade are supporting Southern Exposure this Friday for a night of Peruvian Food, Drink, Music and Prizes! All proceeds go to support those affected by the terrible flooding in Peru earlier this year.


The last couple of months have been hard for Peru...

We have been working hard on new designs at JTHQ for jewellery, accessories and scarves for AW'17, drawing inspiration from woodland creatures of the natural world…

There are so many talented artisans in Peru & Ecuador who are fantastic at crocheting, we hope the new su...

This week, Lucy, Sophie & Ruth attended the FLUX conference, dedicated to responsible sourcing in the jewellery industry, held in The Assay Office, Birmingham.

This was the second annual FLUX conference, which is organised by Jewellers and passionate individuals from re...

#Who Made My Clothes?

& why is this question important?

The Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh was when an eight story garment factory collapsed, killing and injuring thousands of workers on April 24, 2013. Despite cracks found in the factory's structure, garment workers...

Along with fruit-themed tagua nut necklaces from Ecuador and jewellery from India which

celebrates the great outdoors, gardening and a good old brew, our new collection of ethically

produced accessories also features hand-crocheted cotton flower and bumblebee brooches fr...

At least 72 people have died in several days of floods and mudslides triggered by heavy rains in Peru.  

Last week I had a panicked phone call from Cristina, our project coordinator in Lima. I had seen a couple of things on Facebook about heavy rain, but as the story ha...

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