2018 is a particularly special year for women, as the 100th anniversary of the vote approaches, and on 8th March we celebrate International Women’s Day. It aims to push forward the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and… Continue Reading

Too Good To Go: Simple Ways To Reduce Food Waste

Food waste

Did you know that we waste 1.3 billion tonnes of food each year? That’s enough to feed three billion people – almost half the earth’s population. With this statistic in mind, we’ve been thinking about clever ways to reduce our contribution… Continue Reading

Style with Substance: How To Create a Sustainable Wardrobe

With London Fashion Week officially kicking off today, we’re celebrating British design and innovation. We asked Wear The Walk Founder, Zoe Partridge, for her top tips on minimising your fashion footprint and creating a sustainable wardrobe – without compromising on style.… Continue Reading

Brands That Care: Kids Brands Innovating with Materials

While ethical clothing for adults is increasingly a hot topic in the media, and catered for by a growing number of major brands, sustainable products for kids can be harder to find. Thankfully, more and more brands are offering beautiful,… Continue Reading

Made in Britain: Behind The Story of Taylor Yates

Brand to trust Taylor Yates thoughtfully designs beautiful leather bags that are proudly made in the United Kingdom using innovative technology and sustainable leathers. Positive Luxury caught up with its founder, Karen Yates, to discover a little more about the… Continue Reading

Positive Fashion:
5 Key Trends To Watch

What are the positive fashion trends this year? From ruffles and bold colours to gingham and pastels, 2018’s sustainable fashion trends cater to all. Unsure what your vibe will be? Look to our round-up of the key styles to add to… Continue Reading

Miroslava Duma Talks Sustainable Tech & The Future of Fashion

Mira Duma portrait

Named the “most connected digital entrepreneur in fashion” by Vogue, Miroslava Duma is the founder of several ventures, a digital start-up investor, and an entrepreneur. Here, Positive Luxury sits down with Miroslava, or ‘Mira’ as she is affectionately known, to discuss the… Continue Reading

Woman of the Future:
Helen Newcombe talks Responsible Business

Hailing from Devon, Helen Newcombe is Founder & Director of Davy J Swimwear. A proud female entrepreneur and a circular economy advocate, she launched her brand six months ago and has focused on producing high-quality, beautiful and durable swimwear for… Continue Reading

We Talk Pre-Loved Luxury with HULA Founder Sarah Fung

Interview with Sarah Fung - HULA Founder

From 28th November to 3rd December 2017, The Living Room by HULA takes place in the heart of Soho, Hong Kong, introducing shoppers to a curated selection of pre-loved designer clothes. Positive Luxury sat down with HULA Founder, Sarah Fung, to hear more about her inspiration… Continue Reading

Literally Nataly: Why Positive Living Matters

Special Guest Post: Nataly Elbaz Bjorklund, Positive Influencer and Founder of sustainability blog Literally Nataly. These days, the idea of positive living, or living sustainably, is not a natural notion for most. For me, it was something that had lingered… Continue Reading

Brands that Care: When Material Innovation meets Respect for Craftsmanship

When it comes to building a sustainable lifestyle, one of the key things to consider is what materials your products are made of. From leather to cotton, as consumers we’re growing increasingly aware of the impact raw material production can have on water,… Continue Reading

In Conversation with Vestiaire Collective

Since its launch in 2009, Vestiaire Collective has grown from a French brand into a global powerhouse. The ultimate destination for pre-loved designer, Vestiaire has reshaped the luxury landscape for shoppers and fashion-lovers. Inspired by Positive Week to shop with purpose, we… Continue Reading