Restaurants, Sustainable

Three of the best zero-waste restaurants from Brighton to Bristol – via London

These restaurants are not just creating some of the tastiest food you can find when eating out, they’re also committing to being zero-waste. From London to Brighton and Bristol, top chefs are proving you don’t have to sacrifice quality for sustainability. Quite the opposite – working with nature inspires creativity and leads to innovative dishes plus constantly […]

Fashion, Sustainable

From food waste to sustainable fashion: orange isn’t the new black, it’s the new silk

Can you imagine a world bags are made from discarded pineapple leaves, scarves are made from orange peel and yoga clothes are made from coffee waste? This is not a crazy vision of a utopian future. It’s the world we already live in. A staggering 1.3 billion tonnes of food is thrown away across the world […]

Chicken keeping: Each chicken has its own personality. "The Polish chickens are scatty," says Sara from Hen Corner. "They tend to live in a world of their own because they can’t see properly.”
Food, Sustainable

Everything you need to know about urban chicken keeping: Hen Corner’s Sara Ward gives us the lowdown

Imagine waking up to fresh eggs from the hens in your own garden, before commuting to the London office. Or to get home just in time to pluck the fresh asparagus that is springing up overnight at this time of year, straight from the garden before drizzling it with homemade hollandaise sauce (thanks again to you […]

Greek fashion designer Athena Korda ends her collection with the slogan ‘who made my clothes’, April 2015

The Fashion Transparency Index: an overview

Fashion Revolution have today released a review of 100 of the biggest global fashion brands and retailers, from Topshop and Urban Outfitters to Michael Kors and Prada. The Fashion Transparency Index, compiled between January and March this year, ranks companies according to how much they reveal to the public about their social, environmental policies, practices […]

Asking #whomademyclothes for Fashion Revolution Week

Fashion Revolution Week: what it is and why you need to know about it

Tomorrow, Monday 24 April, marks the four year anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, in which 1,138 garment factory workers were killed and a further 2,500 people injured. It’s also the start of Fashion Revolution Week, a global movement that aims to create better conditions for workers by calling for more transparency […]