Cotton candy hues, pops of pink and boys in blue – looks like spring’s in full bloom.
Ethical designers’ latest clobber
The best of spring fashion
We can’t go past the bold prints and tailored take on pajama suiting from Kate Sylvester’s “All my Heart” range. A member of the Sustainable Business Network, the company has implemented sustainability measures to reduce waste. From low emission vehicles to a worm farm, at Kate Sylvester they believe it’s the little things that make a big difference. From the doyenne of eco-fashion, Laurie Foon’s Common Thread collection for Starfish offers asymmetric peplums, leg lengthening trousers and kooky prints in sugarspun sorbet shades. Starfish is known for its dedication to creating clothes that will last a lifetime and stocks labels that align with their sustainability philosophies. The boys at Gus don chambray shirts, bowties and smart neutrals for their SINK SWIM collection. This range is made in New Zealand and comes all wrapped up in earth friendly paper; after working with Sustainable Coastlines and seeing the effects of plastic on the environment the crew has adopted a no plastics policy.