Style with Ethics: Who Made Your Pants?

You may have been reading this blog since I first discovered Who Made Your Pants? and then visited them back in 2012. You may have seen my excitement about the comfy and flattering extra wide lace Aimee shorts that they made a couple of years ago. You may even have read my interview on their... Continue Reading →

Review: Ayten Gasson peace silk knickers

Luxury lingerie label Ayten Gasson, famous for its beautiful collections and firm commitment to supporting the UK fashion industry, has recently expanded its eco range. Designed and made in Britain from organic and peace silks with vintage lace trims, the range has always proved that you don't have to ignore your principles or sacrifice on... Continue Reading →

Ethical shopping at Just… For Fashion

Pop-up shops are proving to be extremely popular at the moment. Many creative and enterprising fashion types are using the format to sell what would otherwise only be available to a limited number of consumers. It's a great way for niche brands, upcoming designers, and collaborative online boutiques to raise awareness and increase sales without... Continue Reading →

Style with Ethics: Bibico

If you're a regular reader, you'll know that I love telling you about the fantastic brands and retailers that I have discovered. As I have a fondness for stylish sustainable clothing - and for showing people that it is possible to be fashionable without damaging the planet, or taking advantage of the people who make... Continue Reading →

My heptagrin spiral skirt

Last month I told you all about lovely Jess Hawke, the Heptagrin Girl, and how she came up with the design for her fantastic maths-inspired heptagrin spiral skirt. I also told you that I'd ordered one from her Etsy shop and that we were busily choosing fabric for it. Well, after a short email discussion... Continue Reading →

FOTSN introduces… Heptagrin Girl

On 22nd May 2012, I spent the evening at the Bloomsbury Theatre enjoying the comedy delights of Festival of the Spoken Nerd. The night was called "pi-curious" and proved to anyone in the audience, if they didn't already know it, that a) science and maths can be fun, 2) nerd humour is superior to ordinary... Continue Reading →

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