Dan Bucknell of Tusk Trust Q&A: Endangered Animals and Wildlife Facts

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Pioneering charitable foundation Tusk has been working for 25 years to initiate and fund conservation, community development and environmental education programmes across Africa. We spoke to Tusk’s Executive Director, Dan Bucknell, to find out more about the work of this… Continue Reading

Brands That Care: Wildlife and Animals

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Wildlife conservation is an issue that is close to our hearts here at Positive Luxury. We’ll be highlighting this topic throughout our content this week – and to start off, here are a few of our favourite brands that are… Continue Reading

Eden Diodati Q&A: Beauty Through Compassion

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The beauty of Eden Diodati jewellery is intrinsically connected to the brand’s social purpose. The striking designs are created by a cooperative in Rwanda who provide employment to women rebuilding their lives after the devastations of civil war and genocide.… Continue Reading

Brands That Care: Protecting the Oceans

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Today is World Ocean’s Day – a day to celebrate the magnificence of our oceans and a reminder of the importance to preserve them. To mark the occasion, we’ve picked out a few of our favourite brands who are striving… Continue Reading

The Desire for Diamonds: In Conversation With… Arctic Circle & Argyle Pink Diamonds

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One of the ultimate symbols of luxury, diamonds have been desired and revered for centuries. To understand more about these exquisite gemstones, we spoke to two of our brands to trust – Arctic Circle and Argyle Pink Diamonds – who… Continue Reading

Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2017: What You Need to Know

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The Copenhagen Fashion Summit brings together leading figures in fashion and sustainability to discuss the future of the industry. Positive Luxury Co-Founder and CEO Diana Verde Nieto was in Copenhagen this year to join the conversation encouraging brands and retailers to… Continue Reading

How Farm-to-Table is Moving Beyond the Food Industry

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The restaurant industry has long been familiar with the idea of farm-to-table, helping producers promote their work and boosting transparency between farmers and your plate. Now the fashion, beauty and homeware industries are catching up to the concept. These brands to… Continue Reading

Wellbeing in the Workplace: Plus Five Top Tips to Boost Your Own Wellbeing

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Concepts of wellbeing are being brought into our daily lives – from meditation tips to exercise ideas – but what about in the workplace? We explore how brands are tackling these issues to create a happier and more productive workforce.… Continue Reading

Slave to Fashion by Safia Minney and Five Other Books to Inspire Change

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We spoke to Safia Minney, Managing Director of brand to trust Po-Zu, to find out more about her latest book, Slave to Fashion – an investigation into modern slavery within the fashion industry. Where did the idea for Slave to… Continue Reading

The Power of Art: Helen Storey’s Dress For Our Time

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Artist, designer and researcher Helen Storey uses the power of fashion to raise awareness of social and environmental issues, such as climate change. Her recent project, Dress For Our Time, transformed a used refugee tent into a wearable piece of… Continue Reading

Brands that Care: Protecting the Planet

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This week, in the run up to Earth Day on April 22nd we’re celebrating the people and brands that are working hard to protect our planet. First up, here are a few of our favourite brands that make beautiful products… Continue Reading

Talking disability and inclusive fashion with Liz Jackson

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Liz Jackson wants to make the fashion and design industry more inclusive. Her mission began in 2012 when she realised that her eyeglasses were considered fashionable, while other assistive products were not.   So far, she has lobbied J Crew… Continue Reading