Sustainable Luxury with Study 34

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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.

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How to go Freelance: Blogging, Journalism and Social Media

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Throughout my 2 and a half years of blogging, I’ve been doing other freelance work in the online sphere including journalism, content creation and social media management, partly to enhance my CV, partly to help pay the bills, and mainly because I love it! I thought I would share my experience and some basic advice for those looking to expand their roster beyond just their own domain because I believe that freelance is the future, and if you’ve got the skills to run a successful blog, you have the skills to work for other companies too!

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Edinburgh Boutique Focus: Hannah Zakari

Today I’m sharing an outfit shoot featuring a Wolf & Moon necklace from one of my favourite independent Edinburgh brands, Hannah Zakari. Find out more about this look and what to expect from this Edinburgh accessories stalwart!

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Best and Worst of Fashion Month Spring/Summer ’18

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Β Fashion month is finally over, and I’ve been covering the most important shows and presentations for Fashion Fix Daily alongside the team of fashion-obsessed writers, including Honey Pop Kisses, Bee Waits and Forever Yours Betty. Here, I’ve rounded up my best and worst picks from New York, London, Milan and Paris, with key snippets from in-depth reviews the FFD gang has written.

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Bethany Williams: Fashion Design for Good

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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.

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