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The Luxury List: Sustainable Series

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As part of #sustainabletuesdays, our luxury list is going green.

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Luxury beauty, fashion, food and homeware doesn’t have to cost the earth. To tie in with our sustainability-focused content and support eco-conscious consumerism, every day Tuesday we’ll be bringing you a new eco-focused, zero-waste, ethically sourced or sustainable product. Guilt-free shopping starts here…

Sustainable Luxury List

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  • SILKED Tie Front Blouse

    SILKED Tie Front Blouse, £350

    SILKED London’s designs are locally produced in London, championing English production, sustainability and ethical practices, with limited production lines to minimise waste. We absolutely loved this silk tie front blouse, which will look equally chic teamed with a pair of the brand’s silk trousers or your favourite high waisted jeans this season.

  • LPOL Penrose Soft Leather Handbag Rose

    LPOL Penrose Soft Leather Handbag Rose, £375

    Each Penrose leather shopper is handmade in small batches in LPOL’s east London workshop, with a zero-waste policy that sees material waste and off-cuts retained for use in the production of small goods, gifts and artist collaborations. All packaging is recyclable, biodegradable and responsibly sourced. And most importantly, when it comes to reusable shoppers and totes, they don’t come more stylish than this one; this is definitely a buy now, use forever addition to your wardrobe.

  • Elliot Footwear Low Classic Vegan Suede Dark in Navy

    Elliott Footwear Low Classic Vegan Suede Dark in Navy, £99

    Elliott Footwear is the world’s first climate positive sneaker brand. It goes beyond achieving net zero carbon emissions and creates an environmental benefit by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. A pair of Elliott’s sneakers reverse the carbon footprint with a climate positive offset of 1 tonne of CO2. The brand is increasing its sustainability efforts through supporting the protection and restorations of critically important forests around the world.

  • Loveness Lee Ossein Vase

    Loveness Lee Ossein Vase, £195

    Eco-friendly jewellery brand Loveness Lee has launched its first home décor collection with this stunning sustainable Ossein Vase collection. Giving new life to some of the earliest castings from the Loveness Lee jewellery design archive, these limited-edition vases are made from a 15-piece collection of castings made in a mixed alloy, which are connected piece by piece using the same methods used to create Loveness Lee jewellery, and all by hand. The design mimics the textures of the intricate shapes found in cuttlefish bones and you can choose from black, silver or rust. They’re perfect for displaying your favourite dried flower bouquet, an equally sustainable choice for your home.

  • Boobloom Maestro Frames

    Boobloom Maestro Frames, £95

    Sustainability goes beyond the materials used in production. It starts with full transparency and the ability to make better purchasing decisions. Bloobloom makes beautiful, trend-led spectacles and sunglasses that give back, through their Pair for Pair scheme, by donating a pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair purchased. They work with locally staffed organisations and provide training in eye care, selling glasses for affordable prices wherever possible. They provide full transparency on their pricing structure in terms of production and material versus sale price, and they detail their factory set-ups online, too.

  • HYKE Gin

    HYKE Gin (70cl), £30

    HYKE is made in England using surplus fresh table grapes, putting to use the 713 tonnes (equivalent to 1.4 million punnets) that are wasted every year, in order to produce a deliciously smooth luxury handcrafted spirit. Inspired by the grapes’ African and South African origins, HYKE boasts a unique blend of botanicals including coriander, myrrh and rooibos. The premium spirit is on sale exclusive in 300 Tescos nationwide, helping to support the chain’s target of halving food waste by 2030. While we can’t promise it’s hangover free, you can certainly feel good about drinking this sustainable gin.

  • Carrot Banana Peach Bamboo Leggings

    High Density Bamboo Yoga Capri, £55

    Plant-based active wear is a phrase we never thought we’d hear but British company Carrot Banana Peach is offering exactly that. Founded by a former product creator at Nike, the Knutsford based brand’s products are all made using sustainably sourced plant-based fibres including aloe vera, bamboo, soybean and banana. Needless to say, their packaging is obviously also recycled. New to their range is the power-stretch, thermoregulating, high-desnsity bamboo activewear. As well as being extremely flattering, the bamboo fabric absorbs three times its weight in water, wicking sweat away from the skin but also locking in warmth for when the temperature drops.

  • Ren Skincare Sustainable

    Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body Cream, £22

    Simply cutting out plastic isn’t an obvious choice for the beauty industry. Glass uses the world’s resource of sand, is heavier and has a bigger carbon footprint for shipping. Instead, turn to brands taking sustainability seriously. REN has committed to being zero waste by 2021, and their latest initiative is a bottle made from 100% recycled plastic with 20% coming directly from the ocean. (It makes skin feel gorgeously soft, too.)

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  • PERFF Studio Crop Top

    PERFF Studio Passionate Crop Top, £55

    Finding workout gear that’s sustainable but doesn’t make concession on style or quality can be difficult, with the big names in the game notorious for unsustainable practices. PERFF Studio’s products are 100% eco-friendly with 45% being made from recycled materials. Holding itself to the highest of standards, the brand ensures its manufacturing processes of fabrics use a lower expenditure of water and energy, as well as only employing manufacturers with sustainable and fair-trade certifications. For example this crop-top is made of ECONYL regenerated Nylon; a product made entirely from waste that is infinitely recyclable – and it’s cute to boot.

  • Aerende Small Stoneware Bowl, Olive Rim, £16

    Aerende Small Stoneware Bowl, Olive Rim, £16

    Aerende is an independent ethical interior and homeware brand based in the UK. Each product is designed and handmade by a group of talented craftspeople who live at The Grange in Gloucestershire, a residential community for adults with learning disabilities. The sustainability element? All materials are sourced from the UK – take this olive bowl, perfect for a housewarming gift or perhaps a gift-to-self to brighten up a coffee table – the stoneware clay comes from Stoke-on-Trent, and the bowl was then hand moulded in Newnham-on-Severn.

  • Ethique Sweet Orange & Vanilla Butter Block

    Ethique Sweet Orange & Vanilla Butter Block, ethiquebeauty.com

    First up, we have a brand-new beauty brand launching today in the UK. Ethique is currently the only zero-waste and zero-plastic company in the world. The zero-waste beauty brand produces shampoos, deodorants and conditioners handmade as solid beauty bars rather than liquid beauty products. The ingredients are sustainably sourced and fair trade, while the packaging is 100% compostable. One shampoo bar is equivalent to three bottles of shampoo. Prices start at £6.50. The ‘butter block’ body lotions are particularly indulgent.

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