THE FUTURE OF FASHION IS ETHICAL
Ethical Style Hunter seeks out brands from New Zealand and around the globe that are creating change for a kinder world, without compromising on style. Join us on our hunt for the companies and entrepreneurs that can help us live more ethically.
latest from our journal
Welcome to the ESH Radar: a little run down of some ethical and sustainable brands that have caught our eye this past month or so.
We spoke to Lost And Led Astray designer and FATshion activist Sarah-Jane Duff about designing ethical clothing for plus size bodies, and why the word “fat” should be embraced.
We chat with Kathryn WIlson - NZ’s most successful shoe designer - about her reasons for manufacturing offshore, what her relationships with factories look like and whether the “Made in China” label deserves it’s bad rep.
Christmas is a stressful and expensive time of year. To help you avoid the consumer frenzy, we’ve curated an gift guide designed to be affordable, easy, and of course, with sustainable and ethical values in mind.
Co-owner and Creative Director of Melbourne brand Elk, Marnie Goding chats to Tess about what their relationships with factories around the world look like, their plans to be fully traceable from farm to garment and whether or not she’s feeling optimistic about the current state of the fashion world.
ESH co-founder Tess talks about how her fashion principles were challenged when money got tight and how we can minimise the impact of our fashion purchases even when there’s not a healthy budget to throw at it.