At the dawn of the digital era, people turn to online shopping more and more often. Last year, internet sales made up almost a fifth of total retail in the UK alone. But what does this trend cost the planet? And, more importantly, is it possible to minimise its impact on the environment?
Here's a fashion company that, inspired by the great environmental challenges of our times, turns them into opportunities for innovation. We talk to Mads Mørup, CEO and founder KnowledgeCotton Apparel about determination, challenging the conventions in the textile industry, and staying true to your vision
Just as Imogen and Edward got it together, so can we. Head right to Wearth London to make the shift from conspicuous to conscious consumption
Eleanor O’Neill is the founder of STUDY 34, a multi-brand online ethical clothing retailer, who has recently launched her own knitwear collection. Aside from powering women’s employment in Peru, and championing alpaca as a fibre, O’Neill wants to make us fall in love with simplicity all over again
As we embrace a culture of less is more, it’s worth noting those entrepreneurs who have been transforming the products we’re handing over our hard-earned for into more of a 360-degree experience. Sensory, social, environmental as well as price-tagged, what we’re buying has to make a real connection. Sublime looked at eight brands whose creators are not just in it for the money