Ethical and Green has written before about how ethical fashion has changed and can now be classed as ‘trendy.’ However glamourous has not been a word associated with Ethical Fashion. Until now that is…..
Livia Firth, wife of Colin and founder of Eco interior design shop x was recently spotted out on the town looking very glamorous in ethical brand clothing. She wore a dress by the brand Outsider and sported one of this seasons most sought after accessories the Elvis and Kresse handbag (made from recycled fire hydrants!)
During the red carpet season Livia Firth had made an effort to wear only ethically made dresses. She achieved this but not at the price of looking anything other than glamourous. This means there is hope that ethical fashion will become more mainstream. Fashion houses and high street brands alike are launching ethical and eco fashion ranges. We as the consumer have to buy them to show that they are viable products even in a recession.
Ethical and Green will be bringing you more on ethical fashion in the near future.