Tag: handmade

Mantari Peru: ethical knitwear supporting mothers

In a beautiful stroke of cosmic luck, I recently stumbled upon ethical knitwear brand Mantari, based out of Peru. I read their story and was immediately inspired and deeply moved by their women’s knitting collective, which employs over 100 mothers and provides consciously created pieces to consumers with ethics at […]

Seeing red: Wool And The Gang

Skin soft pima cotton. A coral so bright you just want to jump in. Hand knit in Peru, and never from a factory. What’s not to love? Since I first interviewed the beautiful Jade from ethical knitwear phenomenon Wool and the Gang when my blog had just been born, her […]

Spiezia organics: super skincare, hand made in Cornwall

Many moons ago, fresh and baby faced, I picked up a jar of Spiezia organic face cleanser in Harvey Nichols and so began my journey into natural skincare. Diving nose first into the super smelling, simple and unfussy pot I felt an unbounded joy at the pure and perfect fragrance of nature’s powerful ingredients, […]

Luxdivine handmade jewellery

My good friend and crowned style-sister Alice recently told me about Luxdivine, a US-based handmade jewellery company that makes beautiful bohemian inspired gold, brass and gemstone creations. One look at their earthy druzy, glowing stones and bold naturally-inspired pieces in gold and brass and I was hooked. I have been […]