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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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How to choose fashion with a low environmental footprint – a quick guide to sustainable fibres

Sustainable fashion is one of the fastest-growing trends judging by this spring’s fashion weeks in London, New York and other big cities. And not only that, sustainable fashion is a trend that’s here to stay until it becomes the norm – unlike the recent somewhat strange see-through plastic trend (what was that about?) For many of us it means having to familiarise ourselves with fibres used in fashion and their environmental footprint – and it also means rethinking what we thought we knew about fashion fibres. Some of the fibres that we have been taught were good for us and the environment are actually not so great, while some of the better ones are still fairly unknown, making it a...

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