The Maiyet Collective pop-up hosts “the largest curation of sustainable brands in the UK”

Sustainable luxury fashion brand Maiyet have launched a pop-up store, The Maiyet Collective, showcasing other sustainable and ethical luxury brands who share Maiyet’s approach to fashion. The new concept store on London’s Conduit Street houses the wares from 60 brands across fashion, beauty and homewares. For two days each month, The Maiyet Collective offers a curation of sustainable and ethical luxury brands on a rotational … Continue reading The Maiyet Collective pop-up hosts “the largest curation of sustainable brands in the UK”

Optiat: Creating beauty products from discarded natural by-products including coffee and chai

Optiat, an acronym for “One Person’s Trash Is Another’s Treasure”, don’t let anything go to waste in their endeavour to create sustainable beauty products. The London-based brand are keen to revive what they call “unloved, unwanted ingredients” – natural by-products which are unfortunately being discarded unused. Optiat has found uses for repurposed coffee grounds, hemp husks and chai spices in their sumptuous range of everyday essentials including coffee scrubs … Continue reading Optiat: Creating beauty products from discarded natural by-products including coffee and chai

WiDEYE: Health & beauty products at their sustainable best

WiDEYE is a health and beauty brand that puts ethical ingredients on top of the agenda. As anyone in the industry may be aware, sourcing ethical ingredients can be a challenge. But this is where WiDEYE comes up trumps in rising to the challenge, committing to sourcing and using ingredients that are natural and sustainable. The brand, which has a shop in the small town … Continue reading WiDEYE: Health & beauty products at their sustainable best