Worthing, West Sussex




​Some links to people and sites I have found useful, supportive and/or great to work with….. 

​Complementary Services 

Jane’s Place
A fabulous space for hire in Hove.  A wonderful, calm space which feels like home – well it kind of is, being Jane’s front room!  

Sew in Brighton
Brighton’s longest running sewing school – learn to sew, knit, crochet, curtains, make knickers, or even create a Christmas Jumper!  Plenty of classes to choose from and to suit all levels of experience and interest. Look out for my classes!

Christella Antoni
Voice and speech therapist, and the leading UK clinician the field of Transgender Voice. Based in London.

Susan Grace Hinman
Photographer, with a focus (!) on boudoir and ‘Fabulous You’ image shoots – what better way to remind yourself of how great you look!

Lipstick and Gunpowder
Fun, colourful and energetic hair salon. Trans-friendly, it’s a one stop shop for hair, make-up and nails! 

Head to Toe Beauty
A useful online directory of all things health and beauty.

A great local (Brighton) ethical financial services  initiative that encourages the redirection of spending into the local economy by promoting and supporting local independent businesses.  

​EcoFabulous Fashion – outlets

The Fair Shop
Brighton based, this great shop showcases some of the best Fair Trade and ethical fashion available.  Creative, beautiful and fair – do take a look!

Tom Cridland
Eponymous British menswear designer, whose chino’s adorn Daniel Craig’s body!  Producer of the 30 year sweatshirt and t-shirt, demonstrating there is a market for longevity.

Nudie Jeans
Proving jeans can be ethically produced and stylish. Leaders in organic cotton use for jeans, Fair Wear Foundation members and amazingly they provide reuse, recycle and repair facilities.

People Tree
Fair Trade clothing producers for over 20 years, with a mission to be 100% fair trade throughout their whole supply chain. Works with marginalised communities in the developing world. 

​Ethical Fashion – Campaigning

Fashion Revolution 
Created in the aftermath of the Rana Plaza disaster of 2013, Fashion Revolution is a global coalition of designers, academics, writers, business leaders and parliamentarians calling for systemic reform of the fashion supply chain. 

Their mission:
“We believe in fashion – an industry which values people, the environment, creativity and profits in equal measure, and it’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure that this happens”.

TRAID is a charity working to stop clothes from being thrown away. They turn clothes waste into funds and resources to reduce the environmental and social impacts of our clothes. Many shops and workshops going on in London.
Take the #Secondhandfirst pledge!

War on Want
Fighting Global Poverty, their ‘Love Fashion-Hate Sweatshops’ Campaign is part of a suite of campaigns and action. There are loads of downloadable resources, info and ways to support.

Ethical Fashion Forum
The industry body for sustainable fashion.

Love your Clothes
Lots of great ideas for caring for your clothes, from washing, to reinvention to upcycling.

Lucy Siegle
@lucysiegle: broadcaster, journalist, author, champion of slow fashion and ethical production. 

Orsola de Castro
@orsoladecastro: founder of Fashion Revolution, designer, and upcycling queen.