The £35 guilt‑free dress by Nobody’s Child, the ethical fast fashion brand

Nobody's Child

You’ve swapped your plastic straws for paper ones, your water bottle for a flask and you get a zealous glint in your eye when you talk about separating your recycling. How, then, do you square your fashion consumption with your conscience — not just what new clothes cost you, but what they cost the planet?

We’ve had the disposable dresses that won’t break down in landfill. Even charity shops refuse to take them off your hands. A survey published last week found that one in five women feels guilty about buying new clothes at all. There is, though, a new London label that might have the answer: Nobody’s Child.

Read the full article on The Times [paywall].