Keep It Fair In What To Wear Bloggers Event at Leggera Nell'Aria Boutique

The stylish Leggera Nell'Aria store at 328 King's Road London SW3 5UH is the destination for unique brands sourced carefully and that you don't see in many other stores. 
One evening it hosted  the " Keep It Fair In What To Wear" bloggers event with labels ethically orientated where the use of organic, or recycling, or fair trade are normal while running a fashion business.
Several brands have been involved in this event with most designers attending the late afternoon party where Prosecco has been served and music has been played to an audience of selected bloggers invited in order to know more about sustainability and how it is possible to have luxury products and being ethical at the same time.
This flat cap bag by Girl With Beads is made using two flat caps sourced at a charity shop. I find it great. While talking to Rebecca Vorperian who is the designer behind the label, I've learnt about her products which are all limited edition or one off because the materials she uses are all sourced at local charity shops or using fabric samples from upholstery companies and shops.
This very chic lady is Rashmi  Soni, designer and founder of luxury loungewear Buenas Noches London. For her collection she uses fabrics like Modal which is made from wood pulp, bamboo and Italian knits from 100% natural yarns.
The model is wearing a black top and a red skirt from the Grace label and she is with the designer Jane from this other ethical company that manufactures beautiful garments and accessorises using lace from Nottingham and using a local dyehouse for its fabrics as well as producing clothing with organic cotton and fabric made with bamboo. 
We've been treated sweetly at the Calico Event for Bloggers. Scrumptious confectionery by Lavolio is visible on the counter inside one of the lovely tin boxes. The sweets are all handmade in Italy using natural ingredients and flavours.  Cupcakes have been made by Cake Hole in London using only fair trade and locally sourced ingredients and baked in small batches to guarantee the freshness of the products.
I am with blogger Alex Hidalgo in between checking the several brands involved at this Keep It Fair In What To Wear event. We've loved The Little Posh Dress Company with its very feminine dresses,  FashionComPassion, the website I've written about previously specialised in luxury fair trade accessorises, with its minimalist garments all made of natural fabrics in fair trade cooperatives and Anita Quansah beautifully and embroidered garments. .


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