• eco-conscious,  Ethical fashion,  Featured,  Lifestyle,  sustainable fashion,  Travel

    Plastic-free July giveaway

    If you haven’t already, there’s no better time to start your sustainable-living journey than next month – Plastic-free July. And we’re here to help you get started with a fantastic giveaway. But more details on that in a minute. Stay with me. We all know the perils to the planet posed by single-use plastic, it’s choking the life within our oceans, which will have hugely detrimental ramifications for the whole planet – and ultimately to humanity. This July, make “choose to refuse” your motto. Plastic bottles, bags and takeaway containers, which we use for a few minutes, are designed to last forever, but we can’t afford to place this burden…

  • eco-conscious,  Ethical fashion,  Featured,  Lifestyle,  sustainable fashion,  Travel

    To market we go

    Aja: it’s another name for Hindu god Shiva, destroyer of evil. Also, of a prince of the Ikshvaku dynasty in Hindu mythology. Aja is an Orisha, the spirit of the forest, the animals within it and herbal healers. She is a patron of the forest and all the animals within it. So with all this powerful meaning behind the name, we felt it was fitting for the latest addition to our ethical, handmade range created using sustainable practices. The Aja sandal is a toe-loop slide for all seasons. Handmade in India using traditional practices, in leather that’s vegetable tanned and ethically made, we reckon it’s the perfect sandal to take…

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    The ultimate summer wardrobe essential

    There are few pieces of clothing that have spanned thousands of years and yet still evoke a sense of the exotic, the bohemian and carefree more than the kaftan. A traditional garment of the Middle East and North Africa, its popularity is widespread and ever evolving. It’s a piece that isn’t defined by fashion seasons, it’s flattering on pretty much any body (one size fits all), and can be worn for anything from floating about while entertaining at home, languorous summer lunches or as a breezy beach cover-up. It’s believed that the kaftan originated in Ancient Mesopotamia. And later, during Ottoman times, it was a luxury garment, usually made from…

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