Welcome to my new regular column for Sublime Magazine, where I hope to discuss sustainable food, lifestyle and family. A few years ago I left behind a life in the entertainment industry spotlight in Asia to start a family in the UK. Now I invite you to share my journey as I set up a sustainable food business and try to give my children an upbringing that is nutritious, delicious and good for the planet.
Aiming for a positive impact on our world is not only the moral thing to do; it is good business. Sublime introduces five companies that are contributing to a better world, and whether it’s through their conscious production methods, their dedication to the zero-waste movement, or their care for the environment, they’re truly shaping the future of business.
In the fashion-for-good world, the terms “ethical” and “sustainable” are often used interchangeably, both seeming to express slow fashion and an understanding of the industry’s effect on people and the planet. Taking a closer look, these terms have distinct definitions, yet they work in a complementary manner. So what's the difference between them and, more importantly, how do they intersect?
Sublime Magazine joins the Soil Association in #OrganicSeptember, a campaign dedicated to growing the organic market. With more of us seeking solutions to restore nature, our health, and a safe climate, becoming part of the organic movement can make a world of a difference. These six brands work towards precisely this: raising awareness and increasing wellness.
Inspiring humankind to contribute to a sustainable future has never been an easy feat. Between timeless watches, chic bridal collections, vegan footwear, organic textiles and natural skincare, these independent brands are doing more than promoting style; they put the environment at the heart of their business.