Brands That Care: Social Good

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Being a responsible business is about more than protecting the environment, it means enhancing the lives of people too. These brands that care invest time and resources in their employees, communities and those in need further afield… Karmoie Karmoie’s attitude… Continue Reading

Positive Week 2017: Brands that are Giving Back

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Luca Jouel Luca Jouel proudly supports the child welfare foundation ‘Australian Childhood’. They donate part of the proceeds from every purchase to help the Foundation in their efforts to safeguard children from the trauma of abuse, violence and neglect. Through… Continue Reading

Song Saa’s Climate Change Garden

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Over the next five years the Song Saa Foundation aims to increase the resilience of local communities to changing climates – this includes collaborating on a specially-designed garden that can withstand changing weather patterns.     Changes in our global… Continue Reading

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

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:
Supporting Women and Girls

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Despite vast change over the past century, women are still battling for gender equality and equal rights across the globe. To mark International Women’s Day this week, we’re highlighting some of our favourite brands that are striving to make a… Continue Reading

Positive Luxury Meets…
Valerie Wertheimer of Action Innocence

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Valerie Wertheimer is the President of Action Innocence – a non-profit NGO that tackles issues of internet safety among children and young people. Based in Geneva, Valerie is also the wife of Gérard Wertheimer, co-owner of the House of Chanel… Continue Reading

Gold You Can Trust: The Earthbeat Foundation

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Gold often comes to mind when you think of luxury. Yet unfortunately, gold production can come at a cost to mining communities. The Earthbeat Foundation, which shares a founder with brand to trust Vieri, is working to improve this by… Continue Reading

Top Positive Trends for 2017

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Which luxury and sustainability trends will be coming to fruition in the year ahead?  We bring you the top trends to look out for in 2017, along with the brands that are already leading the way.   Clean beauty Clean… Continue Reading

Pass it forward: Gifts that keep on giving

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If you’re still looking for that last-minute gift, why not buy from a brand that gives as generously as you do? We’ve selected our favourite ethical brands that put their profits and efforts into charitable causes – helping you make a… Continue Reading

Positive Luxury Meets…
Fountain of Youth

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    Fountain of Youth (F.O.Y.) skin care was originally developed to provide post-operative treatment for patients undergoing surgery and non-invasive, aesthetic procedures. The formulations were developed to provide patients with products that would allow them to prolong the results… Continue Reading