Tag Archives: cotton

Why Choose Organic Cotton Clothing?

“Organic” is not just a flippant product label that means “healthy.” It’s actually a very specific label that means the product has been grown without the aid of pesticides, fertilizers or other chemicals. In the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States and other countries, products must meet specific national requirements in order to be labelled […]

Garment Price Increases

We have been notified by a number of our suppliers that due to particular market forces they have had no alternative but to increase prices on a number of their products. Although some products are increasing in price, there are also several styles that have been reduced. There are a number of reasons why these […]

Channel 4 Green Guide

Indigo was pleased to be featured on Channel 4’s Green website in the ‘green shopping’ section. Indigo Clothing has been committed to offering ethical alternatives to mass-produced cotton and has a dedicated organic cotton t-shirt section on our webiste.

Piccalilly

Jo visited the Piccalilly stand at Natural Products Europe enquiring about merchandising garments for Indigo and purchasing ranges of organic cotton in colours other than white. Most of Picalilly’s organic cotton comes from India – where they have manufactured 100% organic cotton garments which carry the FAIRTRADE Mark, guaranteeing producers in developing countries a better […]

Green Tea

Sorry for the lack of posts over the past two weeks, but I have been scuttling from one long-haul flight to the next over the past two weeks. I am finally back in London but I must share with you a funny article I read in a complimentary copy of the Financial Times (online at […]

New Consumer

Next Thursday sees the official launch of Newconsumer.com, 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 […]