Like many of us, my journey to lessen my impact on the planet began by first looking at food choices, followed by skincare.
Whilst healthy eating and clean skincare are now considered more mainstream choices, if we follow the next logical step and look at our clothing, it can be tricky knowing where to start.
Personally I have found that once you start digging into the ethics of the fashion industry, things get a little over-whelming. From scary statistics like fashion being one of the most polluting industries in the world, to reports of appalling human rights abuses like the Rana Plaza collapse, how many of us know the real reasons why we should choose one fabric or brand over another.
Did you catch our UK launch last September at Mini Mode, London’s Premier Kids’ Fashion Week?
Mini Mode highlights kids’ fashion during London Fashion Week, presenting the collections of new and emerging international brands to industry and consumer visitors.
With the stunning backdrop of LSO St Luke’s in the cool Shoreditch area of the City, the show presented a wide diversity of models styled to perfection by Becky Seager with hair and make up by Wow Beaute. We had the best time showcasing our new collection!
Check out our fun highlights video below - spot some of our fave models and influencers. Thanks to everyone involved who made it such an amazing day!
This holiday season we would love to share why and how we produce our products with respect for our people and the environment.
We hope this article helps to de-mystify some of the jargon around ethical clothing production plus make you can feel great about gifting Hunter+Boo!
Plus don't miss the gorgeous #behindthescenes pictures we took with our lovely suppliers in Sri Lanka we had to share of our latest collection being made! Photo credits to the awesome team at Eyeconic in Colombo.