This coming Thursday 5th June, is an exclusive Ladies Night; showcasing our sustainable collection alongside other high quality organic, vegan and naturally made products.
Invite your friends to:
Sample juices and skin care products
Listen to live music
Unwind with a free mini spa treatment
Enjoy discounts on specially made cocktails.
We’re also offering a 15% discount on this day only.
Simply enter SustainablyChic at checkout.
A goody bag is on offer for the first 25 guests!
Free Entry to:
Park Plaza Hotel Westminister Bridge
200 Westminister Bridge RD
Look forward to seeing you there X
The Ethical Fashion Show for the Rehema foundation took place on May Day last week at St Paul’s Church in Hammersmith, a beautiful venue and quite appropriate considering the benevolent nature of the event. The show began with a Q&A panel consisting of speakers such as Safia Minney and Lucy Siegle discussing the current state of Ethical fashion and possible solutions to prevent disasters like the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh from happening again.
The Hindu Holi Festival of colours marks the end of winter and the start of spring; it is a celebration of love, colours and life, this notion should ideally make you feel hopeful for the future. The Holi festival started life in India, a country with a population of 1.2 billion people, the most populous democratic country on the planet. A country who’s population is vastly impoverished and has a poor labour track record in the textile industry; a country that is largely profited from garment manufacturing at a cost to a generation of its poorest women and children. Continue reading “COLOUR AND FURY – ECODYEING IN THE AGE OF FAST FASHION #INSIDEOUT” »
Breaking news from Kitty Ferreira HQ! The fashion label has been selected to sashay its amazing collection @ this year’s Rehema Ethical Fashion Show. Yeaaaah, applause, applause… Great news! Why is this great, big, news? Great, big, news because the Rehema ethical fashion show supports the fantastic Rehema project which is an initiative that works to support and collaborate with women who live under extremely strenuous and difficult conditions in Africa. The project helps these women come out of extreme poverty by teaching them valuable textiles skills, which gives them the opportunity to provide for their families.
It is a fantastic project, which supports the local community, providing basic food for schools, feeding over 500 orphans daily. Without this support, a lot of the women would be forced into compromising situations, selling their bodies, stealing or sending their children to be raised by other family members.
Courtesy of Avril Cadden, our catwalk presentation for Models of Diversity at the Ideal Xmas Home Show, Earls Court, London.
And read her blog about the event here
This Thursday 14th November, Kitty Ferreira’s collection will feature in the Models of Diversity show at the Ideal Home Show. For their last catwalk presentation before the Christmas season strikes, clothes will be worn by women of colour, plus sizes, disabled and mature models. The show will promote inclusive fashion, emphasizing the fact Kitty Ferreira’s exclusivity only refers to the fabrics. The designs are suitable for a variety of ages and body shapes, ranging from a petite size 6 to a voluptuous size 26.
One mature model that will be taking part in the show and wearing Kitty Ferreira’s designs is Annabel Davis. She has previously appeared in campaigns and shows for Harrods, Models of Diversity and John Lewis to name a few. Speaking to Annabel she said: “Kitty [Ferreira] designs for everyone, even the ‘bare-arm-phobic’ like myself. I love the colours shown on the website, soft yellows, terracotta and nude. The fabric use of upcycled silk sounds perfect and looks as though it drapes and hangs in the most flattering style.”
The Kitty Ferreira collection will be showcased at Earls Court Exhibition Centre as part of the Ideal Home Show in London. The catwalk will begin at 11am. to buy your ticket go online to www.idealhomeshowchristmas.co.uk.
Kitty Ferreira showcases the SS14 collection at one of the largest off schedule London Fashion Week shows
See pics here
In aid of the CCLEF, a charity which sponsors girls from Commonwealth countries through their secondary education, Kitty Ferreira proudly represented the Caribbean islands at The Splendours of the Commonwealth.
The MayFair Hotel, London, 12th September, 6pm
We’ve made it through to the finals of the Sponsor Me Award Eco Designer of the Year 2013, held at the prestigious Congress Centre, London on 27th August and hosted by Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney. Continue reading “Sponsor Me Award Eco Designer of the year 2013” »