Ethical Fashion

Scottish Fashion and Art for Positive Mental Health Action


I’m so excited to finally share with you the backstage images taken by the wonderful Edinburgh fashion photographer Ellie Morag at Coburg House from my charity event #MINDFRAME, a showcase of Scottish fashion and art presented by the Scottish Design Exchange in aid of one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities, Penumbra. Find out more about the event below!


Sustainable Luxury with Study 34

study 34

When Eleanor of STUDY 34 approached me to help promote their new baby Alpaca crew-neck jumper, I was so excited as I’ve been a huge fan of what Eleanor’s been doing in the ethical fashion sphere over the past couple of years. This awesome UK based brand champions innovative and responsible fashion brands producing modern clothing, in a sustainable and ethical way.


Bethany Williams: Fashion Design for Good


Bethany Williams believes that social and environmental issues go hand in hand and through exploring the connection between these issues, find innovative design solutions to sustainability. What I love about this brand is that it is not just commenting on social issues through design, but actively using that deisgn to make a difference to the causes communities who are directly affected by said issues.


True Cost Film Screening and Clothes Swap Shop!

clothes swapOn Monday, I was delighted to take part in a little ethical fashion gathering with
Curated R, Becca Coughlan’s second-hand clothing brand, andΒ j’ai cycle, Jenny Nicolas’s sustainable fashion initiative,Β at the Grassmarket Community Centre on the final night of the Edinburgh Festival. The event was a free film screening of the iconic documentary TheΒ True Cost, followed by a panel discussion exploring what we as consumer activists can do to help change the fashion industry for good.


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