At HURR, we’re committed to optimising the circular fashion cycle at every part of the rental journey. That's why we partner with Oxwash – a brand who provide sustainable dry cleaning services and aim is for clinically-clean, net zero carbon emissions from collection, through washing and back to delivery.
While we’re the first to tell you that if you want new, rent instead, there’s no denying that sometimes your wardrobe needs permanent staples that will stand the test of time. When it comes to selecting those ‘buy now, love forever’ pieces, few do it better than London-based blogger Lindsey Holland. Take a peek at her top sustainable brands below.
The reality of keeping your business clothes sharp when money is tight and your conscience is Earth-loving is a real dilemma – news just in tells us that the issue even affects the most powerhouse of females.
As if we couldn't love them more, five US Democratic congresswomen – affectionally known as 'The Squad' – are advising each other (and us, in turn) on the best ways to keep your smart wardrobe fresh and sustainable.
On 17 August, the words ‘Let’s Change the Way We Shop’ were showcased across Selfridges' flagship London store in the brand's iconic yellow hue. This statement marked the beginning of Project Earth – an initiative and an invitation for us all to come together in creating a more sustainable future.
This summer, model Nyome Nicholas-Williams was photographed in a series of empowering images by Alexandra Cameron. When the photos were taken down by Instagram for violating semi-nudity guidelines, Nyome and Alex enlisted the help of their friends – and subsequently, the enraged internet with #iwanttoseenyome – to challenge and change the Instagram Policy.
Read the story, as told by Nyome in a series of herInstagram posts.
It’s official: we are proud to declare mood lighting – backdrop to every self-care ritual, movie night and tablescape – the sponsor of winter. Hit refresh on your home with our sustainably sourced edit.
Another month of staying at home will inevitably have us assessing and reassessing the clothes that we’ve adopted over the years. We believe that we owe it to the planet to take good care of our essential pieces, ensuring that buying new becomes a rarity instead of a regular. Need some tips? Read this way.
Yes, you read that right. In a bid to become a completely circular and climate-positive business by 2030, the mega Swedish furniture retailer are stepping into notions of sustainability just in time for Black Friday – offering to buy back customers' unwanted IKEA pieces for up to 50% of the original price.