Monthly Archives: June 2015
A UK supermarket is launching a new pasta range – and is ingeniously turning the resultant food waste into packaging for that very product. Waitrose will start selling two new gluten free fusilli pastas from Monday 1 August, one of
Shoppers are increasingly turning to clothing labels for more than just size information. Designers and shops are being asked to increase the transparency around where their clothes are made for Fashion Revolution Week (18th – 24th April 2016). So we asked the
Girlguiding has launched a new mental health badge called ‘Think Resilient’ to promote wellbeing in young girls and women. The badge, which was unveiled on Tuesday, has been developed by Girlguiding members and charity YoungMinds. Girlguiding The new Girlguiding badge
Winnie Harlow, the supermodel with vitiligo, is the new star of Sprite’s television ad – a double series also featuring restaurateur and TV food personality Eddie Huang. Writing on their Instagram, the soft drinks brand describe ambassador Harlow as a
When Jessica Walton’s wife fell pregnant, she made it her mission to find books with diverse characters and storylines to teach her new arrival about the world. As a queer amputee Walton had spent her life searching – sometimes
For an adult suffering with a mental health problem, talking about how they’re feeling can be difficult. So, for a child with limited language skills, opening up about their feelings can be almost impossible. That’s where art therapy comes in.
Moschino has come under fire for the heavy drug references in its spring/summer 2017 collection, showcased at Paris Fashion Week. Creative director, Jeremy Scott, incorporated pill print fabrics into the range, and designed bags, t-shirts and iPhone cases inspired by