Ethical gifts can appear hard to find, especially for men. But Ethical Fair has found some great options this Christmas.
Ethical high street gifts are hard to find, especially last minute. Here are our picks for your best options.
Charity Christmas gifts make great feel good ethical alternatives to high street gifts. See our pick of charity gifts available in time for Christmas.
Instead of high street brands choose ethical jewellery brands for stylish Christmas gifts. Truly unique artisan, recycled or upcycled gifts.
Instead of high street brands choose cruelty free beauty products for the stylish vegans and animal lovers in your life this Christmas
Choose fairer, eco-friendly Christmas gifts by buying ethical pyjamas – artisan, fair trade or organic. Click to see our pick of the best.
Do you buy clothes online? Do you find yourself returning lots of online purchases? This series will help you make better online shopping decisions.
Should we change our shopping habits and embrace slow fashion. Should we buy slow like it’s fast? Learn why we should support ethical retailers instead of turning away from consumerism entirely.
Red is a key colour for AW15 and ethical fashion alternatives for this season trend are not difficult to find. It won’t be long before the high street is awash with this challenging colour. However, those of us tend towards ethical fashion need not despair; here are some of my top picks from ethical fashion retailers.
Ignorance is bliss. Even ignorance underpinned by a gnawing suspicion that the bargain you’re about to bag has to have a catch. Well it does, it has one hell of a catch. And that gnawing suspicion is now a terrifying reality. Back in the 80s, growing up in Ireland, money wasn’t plentiful. The Christmas trip to Primark for new pyjamas and “Christmas clothes” was an event and school uniforms were purchased on layaway. Events like weddings required months of budgeting to afford the requisite hat as well as outfits for the kids. The gnawing suspicion was there. People were vaguely aware of sweatshops but I think there was an underlying assumption that people were inherently good and decent. If kids were being used in factories, surely it wasn’t that many. And if women were being forced to work long hours, wasn’t it better than being in the sex trade. People were blissfully unaware of how bad things really were. Fast forward to 2015 and it’s a very different story. We have the facts and a simple google search places the ugly truth right in front of us. In fact, we don’t even need to actively seek this truth – after […]