Monthly Archives

October 2015
  • Rip your way through Fall

    Ripped jeans were a big thing during summer, but know we’re standing knee deep in red and yellow leaves there is no reason to take off our favourite pair of ripped denims. Throughout this whole year I have seen various styles of ripped jeans. Blue, black, grey, stone washed, a little slit under the knees, or … Continue reading

  • Every fashionista is a Farmgirl

    I would like to introduce you to The Cotton Made In Africa Initiative. This initiative supports cotton farmers to sustain themselves through trade; teaching and training them with experts.

    Like The Ethical Fashion Initiative, The Cotton Made In Africa Initiative is not  charity. Their focus is on supporting the local cotton farmers to break out of … Continue reading

  • Ethical Fashion

    Ethical Fashion plays a huge role in today’s Fashion Industry, as more and more people get aware of the sustainability of fabrics and fashion products. It is important to know that Ethical Fashion is not about charity, but it is about connecting local businesses with the international fashion industry.

    Bringing lots of employment opportunities to the people … Continue reading