The ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest: what we're reading this week


The ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest: What We’re Reading This Week (ed. 1)

Every week we try to stay on the pulse of conscious and sustainable fashion, reading up on who is innovating and who is shining a light on challenges and solutions.  

We’ve seen a surge in stories that use terms like “slow fashion”, “ethically made” and more that identify brands that care about the people they work with, their effect on the environment, and, just generally, the whole supply chain. Bottom line, there are a ton of badass people working on this stuff.  

We suspect that some of you might also be curious to know about all of these things too. So, while we can’t show you everything, expect us to get back to you weekly with a short list of curated news stories, videos, films, podcasts, new brands (maybe some kickstarters?) and anything else that strikes our fancy that week.

(Want this next week? Drop us your email and we'll send it your way!)

Talk soon,
Eliza + Olivia



Let’s give some love to our Conscious Fashion Pioneers. Sure, every company wants to seem environmentally conscious now — but these are the ones that have been green since before it was cool.” Ain’t that the truth. (Fashionista) 

Buy ethical and still keep those $$$ in your pocket. The Curious Button puts together this great overview of 7 Ways to Shop Ethically without smashing your piggy bank. (The Curious Button)

We wouldn’t be in business if it wasn’t for these artists.” Harper Poe of Proud Mary talks power, empowerment, and the trouble with getting the story wrong in slow fashion (The Atlantic). 

12 Mind Blowing Facts that will (Hopefully) Change the Way you Think about Fashion. A good education + reminder. These stats still surprise us every time we hear them. (High Snobiety)

This website sells discounted conscious/sustainable fashion. If you’ve ever said ethical fashion is just too expensive, you’ll love this site. (Live Justly)   

If you can get into a screening of River Blue, you’re so lucky. This documentary covers the (utterly horrifying) effects that our beloved fashion has on our waterways. Eek. A seriously good watch if you can see it.