Tag: sustainable

Gaia Conceptions ethical creations

Around my birthday in November I was searching for an ethical clothing collective that could offer something special, precious, original, feminine, simple, ceremonial, everlasting if they could, and that would not cost the planet in the process. I was introduced to the ladies at Gaia Conceptions in the United States […]

Natural newborn baby essentials

I have been meaning to post this for a while; I will put the delay down to the constant process of learning, growing and integration that new motherhood provides. I seem to be swimming in a vast ocean of inspiration and clarity at times, and at others I am just […]

Joolz and the Birth Forest

When we aren’t carrying our baba in his sling (I like Solly and Hana, if you are interested), a good pram is hard to avoid, and choosing one was made beautifully simple when I discovered Joolz: the people who plant a tree in Colombia for every pram they sell. Working […]

Blake LDN: British knitwear

A few weeks ago I met the talented Alice Ashby, the brains and beauty behind sustainable knitwear brand Blake LDN, and felt so inspired by her vision, story and timeless sweaters and knitwear. She is a fearless conscious entrepreneur, and her distinctive and focused brand is fast becoming one of […]

Wool & The Gang: a knitwear revolution

Every now and then something floats into my inbox which makes me truly, genuinely excited. Between the junk and day to day chatter, happy messages awaken my soul from the ordinary, and when I heard from the wonderful Jade at Wool and The Gang, I ignored the rest of my […]