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2013

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Botanist Top, Sketch, Partimi SS14

Designer Spotlight

Partimi

01 December 2013

PARTIMI was founded by London-based designer Eleanor Dorrien-Smith. Eleanor graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA in Fashion and Print in June 2008 and she worked for Mary Katrantzou, John Galliano, Eley Kishimoto and Tata-Naka before setting up PARTIMI.


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Source Awards Finalist 2013

Events

Independent Boutique Award Finalist

27 November 2013

A few weeks ago I was incredibly shocked and delighted to receive the news that The Keep had been shortlisted by the Ethical Fashion Forum's SOURCE Awards, in their Retail Category. The SOURCE Awards recognise excellence in 12 different categories, from design innovation to brand leadership across women's, men's, accessories, and children's wear, sustainable supply/manufacture, retail, and individual contribution.


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Pachacuti hat weaving

Designer Spotlight

Pa-cha-coo-tee

14 November 2013

Pachacuti, which means 'world upside-down' in the Quechua language, was set up in 1992 by Carry Somers in an effort to redress the inequalities in the fashion industry through Fair Trade.


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JohannaN Jewellery

Designer Spotlight

Spotlight on Sweden — JohannaN Jewellery

10 June 2013

JohannaN was founded in the northern part of Sweden in 2009 by Johanna Nilsson, and is based on her passion for fashion and social mobility as well as Thailand, the Thai people and her contacts there.


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Fair Trade Saturday

Keep Mindful

Fair Trade Saturday

14 May 2013

Saturday 11th May marks a worldwide celebration of all things Fair Trade. Endorsed by the World Fair Trade Organization, World Fair Trade Day is the first global campaign for The Fair Trade movement connecting producers and customers around the world.


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Goodone

Keep Mindful

Keep asking questions… Can fashion be a truly meaningful experience?

28 April 2013

During the Craft of Use event in London last week, 200 professionals explored the questions surrounding what fashion would be like if it was more than an act of consumption with no meaning beyond the point of sale?


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