We were delighted to host (along with style is, my UK sustainable fashion website), the first ever Feel Good Fashion Friday, a Twitter party to put the ‘Feel Good’ back in fashion. It was a fantastic party and we were delighted to welcome so many interesting and innovative individuals and companies including:
@Styleeyes (that’s me!)
We had some great conversations, just one of which was
Lack of ethical menswear brands
A question for
#FGFF is, why are there not more companies providing young mens eco, ethical products? Much bigger focus on womens! @ethicsgirls I think it needs to be seen as cool thing to do, and as a better quality product overall, to help build the market up. @albatrossltd less ethical/eco for men as smaller market – kuyichi said men bought their jeans in the sale – so it needs market development. @ethicsgirls Very true, need more younger influential people involved!
Other discussions inlcuded “what makes a successful ethical fashion brand?” and “how can ethical fashion brands collaborate?”
A great big thank you to everyone who joined in our first ever #FGFF, can’t wait until the next time. The winners of the free years listing in thee Ethical Fashion Directory are : @FashionComPassion @ThinkBoutique @REWARDROBE @albatrossltd @Runnative
@MsWandas @Ecoluxelondon @Goodfibrations @ArthurandHenry @EthicsGirls @MyMela
Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
Next month’s #FGFF Feel Good Fashion Friday will be on 22nd February with the theme of marketing strategies for eco/ ethical fashion brands. We would love for you to join us find out more on how to join in here!