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With all the S/S 2015 Fashion Weeks out of the way, I felt it was time to focus back onto the current season and compile a small A/W 2014/15 edit for our female readers - ladies first gents, it'll be your turn next, so don't worry, we haven't forgotten about you!

To make life easier for everyone, I tried to describe as briefly as possible, why each item is eco-friendly/ethical. In any case, it'll be well worth your time to find out more about the sustainability of your favourite items and the brands behind them, visiting their websites. I personally find there's always something new that can be learned from doing so and helps you to make better informed descisions when buying clothes in the future.
Con todas las Semanas de la Moda para la próxima primavera y verano, he pensado que ya era hora de centrarse de nuevo en esta temporada y agrupar una pequeña edición para este otoño/invierno para nuestras lectoras - Ladies first! Caballeros, pronto será vuestro turno, ¡no nos hemos olvidado de vosotros! 

Para haceros la vida más fácil, he intentado explicar de la manera más breve posible, qué caracteriza una prenda como ecológica o ética. Sin embargo, os recomiendo que os toméis la molestia de leer sobre la sostenibilidad de vuestros productos y las empresas que los fabrican en su propia pagina web, siempre se puede aprender algo nuevo haciendo eso y nos ayuda en nuestras futuras compras.


Indian Summer


Eco-friendly vegan shoulder bag Angela & Roi via Fashion Compassion (US) / 70% organic cotton and merino wool jacket by DIVIETO (France/Italy) via Post Diem (France) / Rose gold ring handmade from recycled metals in NY by Studio Madeline / 100% natural wool felt slippers by Onstail (UK) / Fair trade sweater made in Peru by Krochet Kids (US) / Fair trade weekend bag by Moorea Seal (US) / 90s vintage poncho House of Jam (UK) 


Lost in the woods


Forest print jaquet-pullover and matching skirt made in Berlin and Poland and digitally printed in Spain by HOWL / DIY necklace/scarf by Malespintes via Fairchanges (both Spain) / Organic GOTS-certified sateen-trade cotton trousers by Monkee Genes (UK) / Fair trade African-print skirt by FAIR+TRUE for fashion-conscience (both UK)100% Tencel coat by Rêve en Vert / Naturally-ageing leather bag by Oat Shoes


Fade to grey...


 Organic cotton skirt by RIYKA (UK) / 100% Italian-made leather loafers by Everlane (US) / surplus cotton stripe necklace by SAAKO (Spain) / 100% natural Peruvian wool beanie by WOOL AND THE GANG (UK) / 100% organic cotton blouse by OUTSIDERS (UK) / Upcycled rubber clutch by Reclaim Bag (UK) / Utilitarian vintage suede bag by Beyond Retro (UK) / Sweater made from 95% recycled wool & 5% other recycled material by DIVIETO for Post Diem (both from France)


Ice Princess


Organic Cotton tights by Sternlein (Germany) via Fashion-Conscience (UK) / organic cotton sweater with upcycled applique details by N.U.S.K. (Spain) and handmade, artisan marble-effect necklace by RuLú via Moves to Slow (both from Spain) / upcycled wood-frame sunglasses by Termite Eyewear (UK) / Surplus cotton roll-neck sweater/dress by Reformation (US) / Polar bear mascot made from surplus fabrics by Christopher Raeburn (UK) / Upcycled triangle bag by Schmidt Takahashi (Germany) / Unicolour silver bag made from vintage truck tarpaulin by FREITAG (Switzerland).





All images are courtesy of the brands/vendors mentioned above.



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