As an individual, it can be quite overwhelming to make the switch to being an ethical buyer, but that is why we have such a big focus on it this year at Vevolution Festival 2018.
The luxury fashion brands proving that vegan and cruelty-free can be fashionable.
Low impact beauty pioneers Optiat speak to us ahead of their appearance at Vevolution Topics: Ethical Fashion & Beauty
We've got a Christmas Winter Warmer available for you all.
Katie Dent the founder of new ethical, vegan and cruelty-free online store One Small Shop discusses what ethical brands mean to her.
Watch Laura Stageman the Founder of vegan watch company Votch talk at Vevolution Ethical Fashion
On the 2nd May the ethical fashion community gathered at The Trampery in Shoreditch for our Vevolution Topics Ethical Fashion.
We wanted to create this event to shine a spotlight on how we can be stylish and find fashion that doesn't exploit humans and non human animals.
Sadly it's estimated that 1 billion rabbits and 50 million other animals are killed each year for clothing.
The development of new technologies like pineapple leather, cork, hemp are offering alternatives to traditional clothing materials which have had a terrible impact on animals, people and the environment.
All the talks from this event will be made available on our vegan i-player page in the coming weeks.
In the meantime watch our ethical fashion highlight videos which features the amazing event speakers Laura Stageman from Votch, Alicia Lai from Bourgeois Boheme, Lucas Windhager from Alive Boutique and Gabi Gershuny from Crawl Arts.