Ruth Croft explores how Primark plan to make their sustainable fashion more affordable for all. In a time where society is seeing many influential brands commit to making their designs more ethically and sustainably sourced, it seems that those on … Continue reading Primark promises to make sustainable fashion more reasonably priced
For many years, fast fashion brands across the world have been involved in malpractices such as sweatshops and polluting production cycles. It is no news that many of them try to cover their actions with what they claim to be … Continue reading Are the UK’s fashion brands lying to you about their eco-friendly apparel?
American retailer GAP has announced the closure of 81 stores across the UK by the end of this year. This is clearly an effect of the hard hit taken by the brand during the pandemic. With multiple competitor brands rising, … Continue reading GAP to close 81 stores across UK: what’s really happening
Jessica Carvalho takes a closer look at high-street favourites that could potentially be sued for offences against human rights, and the ongoing Xinjiang cotton controversy. At a time where sustainability and ethics transcend protecting the planet and play a key … Continue reading Fashion brands could face legal action over forced labour allegations
Personal shopping (or styling) was, not so long ago, a premium service provided by luxurious department stores to their VIP clients. Now, it’s booming – and mostly free – on the high street. Intended to boost sales and to meet … Continue reading LICENSE TO STYLE: A personal shopping experience on the high street