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Sex up your open back outfits with stunning sustainable lingerie

With Christmas Party season just around the corner, now is the time to sex up your open back dresses and tops with some stunning lace lingerie. Given that most lace lingerie on the market is made from unsustainable fibres such as virgin polyester, virgin polyamide (nylon) or conventional silk, it can be hard to marry a sustainable lifestyle with an alluring look. There are, however, some pretty amazing sustainable lingerie brands out there as well - it's just a matter of finding them. Below are three of my favourite brands - and you might be surprised how stunningly sexy ethical and eco-friendly underwear can be! ANEKDOT Swedish/German Anekdot has been on my radar for a couple of years now. Using surplus stock fabric that...

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WHY RECYCLED POLYESTER IS GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT DESPITE THE ISSUE WITH MICROPLASTIC IN THE OCEANS

Meeting other people who are equally passionate about making positive changes to the norms in the fashion industry is always exciting. Recently I had a memorable encounter with someone who is hugely influential in the UK when it comes to driving such change and we ended up having an interesting discussion about the use of recycled polyester and how eco-friendly this fibre actually is. I am a big advocate of circular economy in fashion; to reduce, reuse and recycle resources over and over again for different purposes. This includes using recycled polyester (RPET) made from recycled plastic bottles. In my view, we have already introduced a certain amount of plastic into the world and given that it will take 100s...

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