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As well as buying organic t-shirts (excuse shameless plug (and pun!)), if you are keen to be more eco-friendly these days (and aren’t we all, otherwise how can you sit around at a Wandsworth dinner party and not trump Marjorie’s claim that she recycled 50 plastic ice-cream tubs last week?), then pop over to the […]

I’m not a plastic bag, but how long will I be ‘in fashion’?

Anya Hindmarch’s £5.00 tote bag seems to have taken the environmentally conscious amongst us by storm, not to mention the fashionistas. With Hollywood’s A list celebrities all clutching what has been quoted to be this seasons must have accessory, its no wonder eBay sellers are already getting a good return on the £5.00 bargain. Anya’s […]


I have been meaning to write this post for sometime, but it was not until Gerard Butler’s face, fixed in battle cry as Leonidas, whizzed by me on the side of a 337 red London bus last night, did I remember that I had yet to do so: A few weeks ago Jeremy and I […]

Artillery Lane

Artillery Lane by Lawl via Flickr A 10 minute walk from the office is one of the most atmospheric streets in London, Artillery Lane, nr. Liverpool Street Station in Spitalfields, EC2. In the 16th century this area was comprised of open fields outside the city walls and was used primarily for recreational purposes. In 1537, […]

House of Holland

London Fashion week always catches the eye of us girls (and Alex) in the office. Instead of this seasons stunning dresses, it was actually the t-shirts that had us talking, more so the hype surrounding Manchester born designer Henry Holland’s ‘House of Holland’ collection. Designer Gareth Pugh even wore one to celebrate the end of […]

New Consumer

Next Thursday sees the official launch of, the web’s newest and hottest ethical lifestyle magazine. Packed with daily news, views and interviews on everything green and Fairtrade, the site’s written by the UK’s top ethical journalists including The Guardian’s Lucy Siegle and Richard Hammond, Metro’s Bel Jacobs, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, plus many of the web’s […]