• Sustainable clothing label

    Kromo Menswear: The Fashion Brand With A Focus On Sustainability

    A focus on sustainability is moving to the forefront of the fashion industry today and with popular highstreet brands evolving to suit the needs of their environmentally conscious customers, we can’t forget the small businesses who make sustainability the heart of their brand. Impact's style editor, Cesca, had the...
  • Sustainable Fashion vs The Modern Consumer.

    Lauren Bryant Sustainable fashion. At the forefront of the fashion industry over the past decade, the prioritisation of eco-friendly resources and ethically-made produce has demanded the reinvention of fashion as we know it. Producing an astounding 10% of global carbon dioxide emissions every year, fast fashion makes major contributions...
  • Are Fast-Fashion Companies Really Sustainable?

    With the emergence of new evidence accusing various fast-fashion companies of  Green washing, Daria explores weather these brands can really be considered as sustainable. ...
  • TikTok: A New Platform For Aspiring Arts-And-Crafters?

    Gemma Cockrell Tik Tok has quickly become the most popular social media platform for sharing art. Whether an aspiring artist attempting to gain that all-important, career-starting exposure, or simply someone trying to fill their time creatively during lockdown, DIY painting, sewing, and drawing tutorials are finding significantly sized audiences,...
  • How To Be Spooky And Sustainable This Hallowe’en

    It our favourite part of Autumn … Halloween is here. And with each year, comes a surplus of waste which is produced from this fast-fashion, plastic loving holiday....
  • How TikTok Has Influenced Gen Z Style During Lockdown

    ‘I don’t dress cool so men will pay attention to me. I dress cool so thirteen-year-old girls will walk by me down the street and whisper to their friends: “did you see that girls outfit? She looked so fucking cool”’. For Generation Z, Tiktok is the platform for a...
  • Selfridges is the latest fashion brand to ban exotic skins

    Fourteen years after the department store banned the sale of fur, the ban has now been extended to include exotic skins, starting in February 2020. The luxury store will still sell leather from agricultural livestock, a move which arguably reduces waste when animals are slaughtered for human consumption. The...