The launch of the Ethical Collab Pop Up was held on 11th March at Ponsonby Central. I had spent Sunday evening helping to set up the pop up, so it was great to come back the following night to see it all come together!
Until Sunday 17th March, you’ll be able to shop other amazing ethical brands such as; Outliv, Biddy + May, Bohome + Roam, GrumpySuns, Gooseboards, Wild Paper, OKI for All, Mushama & Me, Mane Project, Aurai Swimwear and of course, Good Magazine!
Check out more from the launch night over on Good Magazine.
We’ve joined The Ethical Collab Pop Up next month in Ponsonby Central. Good magazine have kindly shared the event here.
Hope to see you there! There will be in store events throughout the week, so keep an eye out for those.
A one-off sweater and shorts hand-knitted for WoolOn 2018
A unity of using traditional craft and materials with modern reflective yarn to give the outfit dynamic as you move.
One of the things that I love about designing and creating knitwear, is seeing people enjoy their pieces!
Don't forget to tag us on Instagram so I can see how you style your JG knitwear.
A couple of months ago, I had the pleasure of having breakfast with Kate from Ethically Kate at Little Bird in Ponsonby, where we discussed fast fashion, consumerism and our thoughts on ethical and sustainable fashion. She is such an inspiring young women with a wealth of knowledge in these areas and I felt like I could discuss these topics all day with her!
ANYWAY, thank you Kate for featuring me alongside fellow friend and designer, Sofija Butler, on your list of 12 Sustainable and Ethical Fashion Brands for the Style-Conscious New Zealander over on Eco Warrior Princess.
Amber Whitecliffe's new winter range, Eclectic, has pops of red contrasted with moody blues and lots of bold prints! My favourite is the Cabello Top and the matching Cabello Skirt, which can be layered up for winter and then worn on its own in summer.
The Ashley Bomber in light grey and the Lulu Sweater were recently used in The Brim Label's new winter range photoshoot. Emma creates beautifully made hats in New Zealand, that are flattering, fuss free and unique. She is a one-woman-band: she designs, sources materials, does the pattern cutting and sews each hat with love and care from her Auckland studio!