February 2019

  1. Product focus: Sally skirt

    If you've been to our site before, you'll know we have a capsule collection of wardrobe must-haves. Each is named after a celebrated and/or hard-working woman.  This week, we're looking at the Sally skirt, named after Mums Like Us founder Sally Darby.   The skirt A recent article in The Times about Milan Fashion Week highlighted pockets as a welcome...
  2. The accessible items we're loving this week: underwear edition

    A bad pair of undies can ruin an outfit (think VPL) and ruin your day. A good pair can make all the difference. This week, we look at the companies making great, accessible undies.  Accessible clothing isn't just about what's on the outside. The feel, look and design of your underwear is just as important. We've all got that pair...
  3. The most 'out there' NYFW looks we'd love to wear

    If you're feeling bored at work, this is the perfect week to get on the fashion news. New York Fashion Week is revealing some incredible creativity from the world's top designers. Here are some of the most outrageous pieces we'd definitely wear... Tomo Koizumi Koizumi's models look like the kind of pom pom accessories you get for a baby shower...
  4. Kintsugi Clothing on ITV Granada Reports

    Kintsugi Clothing on ITV Granada Reports
    In January we held our first photo shoot. Reporter Sarah Rogers from ITV Granada Reports came to check it out.  We wrote about the day in detail in a previous blog post. Seventy7 Group took care of the photo shoot in their Manchester studio, and models Becky Barnes and Caitlyn Fulton worked their magic for the camera. Having ITV Granada Reports...
  5. Product focus: Olympia Strike jeans

    Product focus: Olympia Strike jeans
    If you've been to our site before, you'll know we have a capsule collection of wardrobe must-haves. Each is named after a celebrated and/or hard-working woman.  Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be posting about each item and explaining why the woman it's named after is such a bad ass! We'd like to start with our Olympia Strike jeans...
  6. Sustainability: Chromat's New York Fashion Week show

    Sustainability: Chromat's New York Fashion Week show
    The tide is turning when it comes to sustainability in the fashion industry, and Chromat is leading the way As we mentioned in a previous blog post, Chromat is well-known for repping diversity and inclusion. But this year's NYFW show blew everything out of the water - by taking a whole load of pollution out of it! Models wore pieces from...
  7. Diversity at New York Fashion Week

    Diversity at New York Fashion Week
    New York Fashion Week starts today, and we could not be more grateful for the option of watching live online! NYFW is always packed with excitement, inspiration and plenty of surprises.  What we're really hoping to see is an increase in diversity. Take a look at The Fashion Spot's post about NYFW Spring 2019 (which took place in September last...
  8. The accessible items we're loving this week (children's edition)

    The accessible items we're loving this week (children's edition)
    According to the Disabled Living Foundation, there are 800,000 disabled children under the age of 16 in the UK. Which companies out there are serving them?

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