Our latest media coverage comes from The Guardian fashion online by the highly regarded ethical fashion and lifestyle writer, Lucy Siegle, who co- produced the recently launched #TrueCostMovie and has written countless books on sustainable and ethical fashion, most notably, To Die For. Having shown our pieces, Lucy offers her verdict on our brand here.
We have been featured in New York based online magazine, Eco Fashion Talk. Headed by Sass Brown, acting Associate Dean for the School of Art and Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York; originally from London, England and promoting the best in eco fashion design.
It is a fact that at least 40,000 to 50,000 silkworms are killed in the process of making enough silk for just one blouse. Here at Kitty Ferreira, we felt that this wasn’t acceptable and didn’t fit with our values of remaining elegant, ethical, sexy and sustainable. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that our new Autumn Winter collection, which effortlessly incorporates city chic into ethical fashion, is committed to using only non-violent silk. We are also proud to have introduced the use of azo-free dyeing methods, keeping you safe from dangerous carcinogens. We are happy to give you more information on both below. Continue reading “How clean are your clothes?” »
We’re delighted to have a Press Day launch 14-15th April in East London with Emslie Creative. View our new Autumn Winter 2015 collection, comprising of elegant mix and match separates, jackets and dresses, including our signature shirt silhouette and Delice Dress in new inky colourways.
The new collection takes the natural print pattern of the previous season ( eco- dyed with pomegranate and onion skins), into a digital form using AZO- free dyes on non-violent silks.
It is juxtaposition of city life illustrated by the inky black and white prints with the natural world, by using non violent silks. The 2 tone shirt, Inky dresses and jackets continue to have a random- like print, tarnished by inky blotches of black, referencing air pollution witnessed by the creative MD and founder, Valerie Goode whilst working in China.
“ I wanted to keep the natural element of the SS15 print and bring it into a more edgier field, by focusing on issues with pollution, yet keeping the timeless and classic silouhettes this label has become known for.”
Our Creative MD & Founder, Valerie Goode talks about the Kitty Ferreira label in The Pink Tank
Wondered who is Kitty Ferreira? All is revealed here in Culture Darling
We’ve had a great write up in the Ethical Hedonist Magazine
To celebrate Commonwealth Day, we look back on our work with the Commonwealth Countries’ League Education Fund.
Our Petal Skirt is featured in Emerald Street, home of Stylist Magazine