Panda Eyes

Buy a pair, Give a pair. That’s the motto at the core of Panda, an ethical eyewear company that truly believes in social and environmental change. With sustainability also placed firmly at the forefront of their business, they are able to provide high quality, stylish sunglasses by choosing to handcraft them from eco-friendly bamboo and recycled polycarbonates. Offering a wide selection of impossibly trendy specs to suit both sexes we think everybody should be donning a pair this summer

Worldly Designs

Sustainable fashion designer Marisol Deluna is known to draw inspiration from any artistic alcove of creativity that stimulates her fashion mind. Born in Texas, Marisol was bitten by the fashion bug as a child and this passion was only further fuelled after visiting New York on a Grey Hound bus trip whilst still in art school. Soon after she packed her bags and decided to move into the city where the picturesque Manhattan skyline provoked wonderment, excitement and has acted as a constant muse ever since

Jewellery by Jianhui

Putting his own unique spin on the outdated pashmina, Chinese jewellery designer Jianhui has injected some much needed creativity into Chelsea's archaic neck accessory. Aptly named 'The Next Pashmina', the luminous scarves are made up of hundreds of pieces of excess wood yard, which are then coloured using a lustrous palette of ethical dyes

Three of the best....ethical bikinis

Printed, plain, modern, retro, highwaisted and halterneck. The plethora of bikinis currently available on the British High Street is now vast and varied. But what about their ethical credentials and do we really care where our bikini fabric originated or who made it when we're frolicking on a beach in the Med? Sublime takes a quick look at some ethically minded swimwear brands that have pretty much everything covered......except in the flesh department

Fashion goes rural

As part of a brand new project, Sublime teamed up with Grampus Heritage & Training Ltd. to send fashion students from Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Art in London to various European destinations – but not Paris or Milan. Instead, they will be visiting rural villages in Cyprus, Slovakia and Romania where they will learn traditional skills from lace making and loom weaving to silver smithing