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[pinterest] Clothing is functional. We all need to wear it. But sometimes clothing can be a little more. I really enjoy stumbling across those clothing labels that are also a vehicle for social change. Sometimes the creatives behind these fashion label are on a mission. Piper Marie is one of those labels. Founded by Rebecca Delago, Piper Marie offers beautiful eco-friendly lingerie to the sustainable conscious consumer, but her mission is so much more.
[pinterest] Today I am delighted to bring your an interview with Jess Berentson-Shaw who is in the process of launching a unisex sustainable babies and children’s wear label Muka Kids. I am sure you will be interested in hearing about her approach to sustainable clothing, and if you have any kiddies in your life, you may well be interested to get involved to assist to bring this lovely sustainable kids clothing
[pinterest] I recently picked up a gorgeous organic cotton t-shirt for my son, and I just couldn’t help but share it…… Gorgeous, don’t you think? The t-shirt is designer by Australian kidswear label Milk and Masuki. The whole range is made with certified organic cotton, with low impact dying processes, and designed and ethically made in Australia. I am a huge fan of their whimsical forest critter designs. I am sure