Above Green – The Greenest States

Hi everyone! How are you all doing? ☺ Today I’d like to share with you a post on sustainability by Miles from Above Green, a LEED Consulting Company. The post is based on the findings from research on green living habits across the U.S, including a comparison to the U.K and Europe, that Above Green … Continue Reading

RiverBlue

Hi everyone! I hope you’re all well. Yesterday I came across the trailer of a new documentary film called RiverBlue which uncovers the much neglected aspect of the fashion industry – the environment. While there are designers and high-street brands that are actively making changes to tackle their chemical and textile waste, there are still many … Continue Reading

Air Pollution in London

Hi guys, How have you all been? It’s been a while since I’ve done a post on sustainability. I’m not sure how often you follow the news but lately there’s been reports about the high levels of air pollution in London and across Britain (most of the tabloids are referring to this as Britain’s silent killer). Air Pollution … Continue Reading

Sunday Inspiration: Above Green

Happy Sunday everyone! ♥ I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend. A few months ago I was sent an email by Above Green; a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) consulting firm based in the States, to take part in their new Top 50 Eco-Conscious Blogs section. This week I was sent another email by Above Green … Continue Reading

The Green Wardrobe Initiative

Hi guys! How is your weekend going? Last week marked a particularly special event in India’s famous Lakmé Fashion Week, the Green Wardrobe Initiative. This was the first eco-fashion initiative of its kind in the Lakmé Fashion Week, which naturally meant that it gained quite a bit of media attention from the both the public and … Continue Reading

Solar Energy

Hi guys! How has your week been so far? Earlier this week I read, and shared, quite an interesting article by the Guardian about why solar energy has yet to make a proper impact on our lives. The main reasons for solar power not being adopted particularly in Europe and the U.K are provided by expert … Continue Reading

Holiday Greens

Hi everyone! Happy New Year, I hope you all enjoyed the holidays. Instead of blogging about having the holiday blues, which I admittedly do have, I thought that I should share the positive side and greenery from my holiday. I was away on holiday in India for almost a month; in my free time I … Continue Reading

Indian Eco-Fashion

Hi everyone, I hope you all have been enjoying the festivities over last few weeks, I know I have.  Speaking of festivities for those of you who weren’t aware yesterday was Diwali – the festival of lights. Diwali, in short, is the celebration of the triumph of Lord Ram over the evil demon Raavan and it … Continue Reading

10 Affordable Eco-Fashion Brands

In my last blog post The Cost of The Green Carpet Challenge I complained about the fact that the Green Carpet Challenge campaign lacked proper direction in terms of showing the everyday person ethical and affordable clothing. Although the campaign is specifically for public figures to promote ethical designers, I personally feel that there needs to be more … Continue Reading

The Cost of The Green Carpet Challenge

  Those of you that keep up to date with all things fashion will already be aware that Emma Watson had announced last week that she will be supporting the Green Carpet Challenge (GCC) via her Instagram account. According to Watson it was Andrew Morgan’s documentary  ‘The True Cost’ that had inspired her to become … Continue Reading