Editor's picks

Read time: 13 min

The best sustainable and ethical menswear brands to add to your wardrobe 

It can be feel hard to find stylish and sustainable ethical menswear. But, there are some really great ethical clothing brands for men, once you know where to look. Of course, the most sustainable thing to wear is what’s already in your wardrobe, but when you need to replace anything, below are some of our […]

Read time: 6 min

Why greenwashing in fashion is bad: how it is duping customers and killing small businesses

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” It’s a quote you’ve likely come across before, attributed to poet and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou. For most of our lives, many of us were sailing along mainly oblivious to the damage that was being caused to the […]

Read time: 12 min

Clarkson’s Farm: Real farmers share their views on the hit Amazon show

The third season of Clarkson’s Farm is hotly anticipated! Did you enjoy the second as much as the first? Do you still like Jeremy Clarkson more than you expected? The success of the series that brought the realities of farming to the big screen (well, Amazon Prime Video), has apparently surprised even Clarkson himself. In […]

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Soil Association

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Lizzie’s knowledge of organic and sustainability is second-to-none and we’re looking forward to continuing to work with her at Live Frankly.

Clare McDermott, business development director
Soil Association


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We very much welcome the launch of Live Frankly, the new ethical lifestyle directory that holds human, animal and environmental welfare at the heart of their business model.

Martine Parry, senior media and PR manager


Lizzie and her team are great to work with; highly efficient, organised and ethical to the core. They understood our products very quickly an are a natural extension of our team.

Abi Weeds, director


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