By: admin On: November 28, 2017 In: To Do's Comments: 0

We love when people recommend us good reads, so here are some nice books that make us think and be aware. Pick one and enjoy!

Bear in mind, you can always look for second-hand books or read them online 😉


  1. No Logo | NAOMI KLEIN

Naomi Klein is a journalist, columnist and author. No Logo is about brands, corporations, consumerism and us, the new generation who is faced with all that. People recommend it as a shocking, fantastic and insightful must-read.


  1. To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing Out the World? | LUCY SIEGLE

Written by the British journalist and ethical lifestyle specialist, Lucy Siegle, To Die For is a good introduction to the Ethical Fashion issue. Recommended by people who consider themselves the “average consumer” without a lot of knowledge about the fashion industry, they say it changed the way they look at fashion.


  1. Naked Fashion: The New Sustainable Fashion Revolution | SAFIA MINNEY

Written by the Founder of People Tree, Safia Minney and the contributors Lucy Siegle and Livia Firth. It provides the reader with inspiration and advices, with inputs from famous designers, models, photographers and more, on how they are changing their behaviour. People recommend it as a quick read and a good introduction into the field.


  1. Green Is the New Black: How to Change the World with Style | TAMSIN BLANCHARD

Tamsin Blanchard has a background in fashion journalism and works as style director at the Telegraph Magazine. With good reviews, the book helps every kind of consumer to make more ethical choices. People recommend it, saying it’s very useful and full of tips and ideas everyone can do.


  1. The Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned from Patagonia’s First 40 Years | YVON CHOUINARD & VINCENT STANLEY

The book is written by Yvon Chouinard, Founder at Patagonia and Vincent Stanley, head of Sales, Marketing and Storytelling at Patagonia. Great reviewed, the book presents a lot of information based on the company’s experience. People liked it stating it’s a beautiful and honest book from which they learned a lot.



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