New data revealed through Productsup's study finds consumers need more product information to make purchases in the physical, digital, and virtual world. Very insightful on sustainable buying power too.
Women would spend a fortune on their beauty and well-being if they only could. Maybe this is true! A survey run by beauty app Pamperbook reveals how much women in the UK spend on average every month.
Thunes survey of ‘Zoomers’ in 13 countries spotlights how the world’s youngest and most digitally-adept consumers are forcing change to decades-old business practices.
As fashion consumers, our currency really does count. Small conscientious purchasing decisions can help grow the small section of the industry that puts ethics at the top of their agenda. As consumers we have to lead the way, here is who, how and why.
The festive season is over and the first month of the year is a time of mindfulness and recuperation. Still, many Brits are spending valuable time on the web looking for new outfits to only wear them once.
Depending on which side of the political spectrum you sit, the recent fuel shortages and supply chain issues on these shores are either driven primarily by Brexit or have little to do with the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
The Dublin-based designer Sharon Sweeney studied and worked in the environmental sector, which contributed to her passion for and commitment to sustainability in terms of using sustainable, organic, and locally sourced fabrics.
Photographer Joanna Mitroi
The collection Swanzy Land is constructed by Irish Linen, cotton, ramie, Tencel as well as deadstock fabrics.
It pays homage to the late pioneering modernist artist Mary Swanzy, an Irish landscape and genre artist, who dived into many different styles, among which she is acclaimed for being one of the country’s first abstract painters. Sweeney makes similar use of a muted and pastel colour palette throughout.
A pale lilac short pantsuit fuses feminine details like the Moschino-esque heart-shaped buttons with a harsher geometrical and abstract futuristic shape and cutouts. A white cropped Renaissance blouse with huge puff sleeves and tight button-downs on the sleeves brings past and future together. Sweeney showcases an interesting and abstract aesthetic with clashing contrast, yet they jointly create something new and concise.
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British tech entrepreneur Tej Randeva has issued a warning to global online shopping giants Amazon and eBay as he launches a site that threatens to transform sales opportunities for small businesses.
Pre-loved UK luxury fashion brand Consigned Sealed Delivered (CSD) is the first to offer THREE ‘buy now, pay later’ services making luxury fashion items accessible to more people with a selection of flexible payment options.