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 →

RWL Awards Sponsor… Pants to Poverty

In the last of my posts surrounding the Rarely Wears Lipstick Awards, let me take some time to introduce you to the other wonderful brand who featured in the winners goodie bags on the night - the fashionable and ethical Pants to Poverty. Since 2005, Pants to Poverty have been making and selling gorgeous and... Continue Reading →

An ode to big pants

Last year, when the lovely Cate Sevilla wrote about big knickers for BitchBuzz, I never thought I'd switch from my much loved cotton bikini style pants. Then, earlier this year, I started to notice that I was looking a bit lumpy in my high-waisted retro jeans, shorts and pencil skirts because those much loved knickers... Continue Reading →

Open day at Who Made Your Pants?

On Tuesday, I had the pleasure of visiting the wonderful Who Made Your Pants? people. I found out a fair bit about them via the internet when I was researching an article on ethical lingerie, but that just meant that I wanted to know more. Whenever I mentioned their name on Twitter, I always received... Continue Reading →

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