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11 02, 2015

Fashions Finest Designers Preview

By | February 11th, 2015|Ethical Fashion, Fashion, Style|0 Comments

Those of you who have been keeping up with us on social media will already know that Fashions Finest the most ‘sought after and popular show’ during London Fashion Week will be back again for season 9 on 21 & 22 February 2015. Taking place at The Grand Connaught Rooms. Not only are the Fashions [...]

9 05, 2014

Fashion Revolution Event Highlights

By | May 9th, 2014|Beauty, Ethical Fashion, Fashion, Swishing|0 Comments

SITCUK Fashion Revolution event in support of Caudwell Children was an eventful four hour event, with an inspiring hair seminar by Toni & Guy, consultations by style expert Sarah from Wardrobe Therapy Styling, exciting beauty brands The Argan Company showcasing their ‘liquid gold’ Argan oil. Ladies networked and socialised at the event in the stunning [...]

13 03, 2014

Fashion Revolution Day – Who Made Your Clothes?

By | March 13th, 2014|Ethical Fashion, Swishing|0 Comments

Your clothes already tell a story about who you are. Now they can tell a better one. Swap In The City UK upcoming event on Thursday 24th April for Fashion Revolution Day, will bring  a sociable stylish event celebrating fashion while ladies can relax and have  fun. Fashion Revolution Day will be recognised in memory [...]

24 02, 2014

Swedish Stockings – Skin tight fashion from the North

By | February 24th, 2014|Ethical Fashion|0 Comments

Swedish Stockings is a unique, Swedish brand, manufacturing something as desirable as environmental friendly, organic women’s tights. We were lucky enough to get a chat with Linn and Nadja; founders and owners of the company, and here is what they had to say about their business: When did you get the idea behind Swedish Stockings? [...]

20 09, 2013

Let’s Talk Cotton

By | September 20th, 2013|Ethical Fashion, Sustainable Fashion|0 Comments

 100% Cotton is label that people often look for, cotton is seen as a sign of quality but if people understood the environmental and social costs of cotton production would they still consider normal cotton to be a sign of quality or would they search out the ‘organic cotton’ label instead? A lot of people [...]