I’m excited to see my feature in print in Planet Mindful magazine about how our clothing choices can lift our mood and help protect the environment. I share my experience of meeting with Camilla Cheung, the founder of Manchester-based business Wardrobe Wellbeing, for a sustainable styling session. The feature explores how small changes in our everyday actions can make a real difference to the way we feel and have a positive impact on the planet. You can get hold of a copy in high street retailers or online here.
Find out what rhubarb, daffodils and pomegranates have in common in my blog post for the Manchester Fashion Movement. I catch up with Natalie Linney, founder of Talie Linseed and the only person I know with a rust collection, to find out more about the role of natural dyes in sustainable fashion. You can read it here. Photo by Talie Linseed – a print made with an old rusted spring mattress, turmeric and elderberries.