Sustainable Active and Yoga Wear : Asquith

As you may have noticed from my stories and YouTube videos lately, I have been upping my game when it comes to workouts since January this year. To be precise, in October 2018 I signed…

How Alixane Became My Favourite New Vegan Bag Company

Alixane is a high-end, luxury and Paris-based company that produces beautiful cruelty-free bags and accessories for every day life. Alixane represents the desire to offer ethical and high quality products made with innovative materials that respect the animals and environment equally.

Sustainable Jewellery Spotlight: OR DU MONDE

Created in 2003 by the Pavan family, composed of a couple and their two children, OR DU MONDE is on a mission to provide people beautiful gems and diamonds of the Earth that have been…

Zerrin: Your One Stop Destination for Mindful Shopping

Hello everyone, long time no speak! Things have been crazy busy over here at team Marta Canga (yes, we’re becoming a bit of a family now, how exciting!) having brought on board an SEO Manager,…

Colibri Vegan Bags: The Ultimate Luxury Vegan Company

You must have noticed this vegan handbag company in my social media. I was recently contacted by them to introduce you to this company that is creating probably the best vegan bags I’ve seen in…

Cork: An Eco-Friendly and Vegan Alternative

  Since I’ve made the switch to a vegan closet (which probably goes back to December 2016), I realised that there are so many alternatives to animal leather. I have come across many different materials,…

17 Affordable Sustainable Fashion Brands You Need To Know About

Here is a question I ask myself a lot: “Why do you care about animals when there are humans suffering all over the world?” . And it’s a fair question. If your veganism is founded on ethics,…

The Ultimate Guide To French Vegan Shoes

Following my previous post on my Ultimate Guide of Vegan Italian Shoes, I decided to continue my adventure on splitting all the vegan shoe brands I know by country.  Italy, France… What next? Let me…

The Ultimate Guide To Italian Vegan Shoes

First post of 2018, and I’m talking about shoes, of course! It has been decided. I will be creating a blog post about vegan shoe companies divided by country. First, as you can read by…

The Step-By-Step Guide To A Vegan Closet

  Buying vegan fashion means buying clothing that is free from leather, down and feathers, fur, wool, and silk. Basically it’s shopping animal-free. Although I’ve talked about this topic before, having a vegan closet is not…

Ethical and Affordable Jewellery

Say hello to probably one of my latest obsessions: trying to find ethical jewellery. I’m sure you’ve tried as well but haven’t been very successful. Same for me. Jewellery is such a grey topic for…

5 Cruelty-Free Leather Alternatives You Should Know

As a cruelty-free blogger, I get asked the question of leather a lot, and the good news is that I’ve talked about leather in many blog posts already! Whether it’s 3 Reasons To Give Up…

Everything You Need To Know About Vegan Fashion

Veganism is often considered as a dietary change that avoids all consumption of meat, fish, dairy, eggs and honey – so anything that comes from an animal. Yet, the exact term for those who follow…

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Organic Cotton

Did you know that common cotton is the world’s dirtiest crop? And that fashion is the second highest polluting industry in the world behind oil? Though I’d call myself a conscious consumer, I’m still learning…

Ararose: A Vegan And Affordable Fashion Brand

“Where fashion becomes human, women become empowered. Our natural state is our greatest, let’s embrace who we are” Hi guys! I’m finally back from holiday and I wanted to talk to you about a new vegan,…

New In: Scotti’s Vegan Shoes

  Hey guys! I know it’s been a little while, sorry I have been missing a little bit. Changing platforms has been absolutely crazy for the past couple of weeks and finding good quality photographers…

Vegan Look: Japanese Jacket | Matt&Nat and Bahatika

  Hey guys!   As you may know already, I lived in Japan for six months during my third year of university as an exchange programme. To be honest, I remember I didn’t mind so…