This week we’ve joined forces with In Our Nature Manchester to talk clothing and the climate – what are the impacts and what can you do about it? We’ve taken over their social channels for the week where we’re sharing tips and ideas and inviting you to pledge to try one of the following: Repair, Repurpose, Thrift or Swap.

In Our Nature is Manchester’s largest community climate programme to support households and communities to live more sustainably. It’s a collaboration between Manchester City Council, Manchester Climate Change Agency, environmental charity Hubbub, Amity CIC, Commonplace and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.

As part of our week-long takeover, today at 2pm we’re hosting a Meet The Brands event on Instagram Live.

Join us via the @InOurNatureMCR Insta account to hear from these brilliant local brands working hard to make fashion more sustainable:


e m i k o
Unisex slow fashion for adults & children
Instagram: @emikostudios
https://emikostudios.com/

Orange Pea
A slow and sustainable accessory brand. Home of handmade oversized tote bags, scrunchies, purses and face masks – all of the essentials! 
Instagram: @orangepea_
www.orangepea.co.uk

L347her
Set up by Andrea Ahimie-Carthy in 2016, L347her is a company that makes leather jewellery & lifestyle items. Pieces are designed and made by up-cycling leather so each piece is unique.
Instagram: @L347her
Facebook: @L347her

Holly Furniss Design
Hand dyed accessories and clothing made with sustainable plant based textiles.
Instagram: @hollyfurnissdesign

BravoDesign Co
BravoDesign Co is an upcycling fashion brand where I reclaim discarded clothes and give them a new life.
Instagram: @bravodesignco
www.bravodesignco.co.uk