Unapologetically bold and bright, artist Vicky Harris' work champions diversity, inclusivity and equality through her portraits of inspirational women throughout history. We sat down with her for the latest instalment of our #sharedjourneys series.
Inspired to create a label that gives back, Gema Santander is the founder of fair trade resort wear brand Baliza. We find out more about her dedication to responsible production, and about the highs and lows of being an ethical fashion entrepreneur.
As a sustainable business, how do you combine a desire to make a positive impact with a need to make money? Editorial contributor Veena speaks to three Asia-based brands to find out their insights on combining purpose and profit.
What started as a means to raise money for a language school became Dorsu - an ethical fashion label selling mindful, considered basics with a store and workshop base in Cambodia. We spoke to co-founder Hanna Guy (pictured left with co-founder Kunthear, right) about her journey and her thoughts on sustainability in the industry today.
Inspired by her design background and the weaving talent of Cambodian artisans, Ka-Lai launched MANAVA in 2016, a conscious accessory and homeware label. Her mission is to share artisanal craft with the world, while improving the lives and income of a community in Krobey Village, Cambodia. Discover their story here.
Inspired to buy and support local and celebrate all things South-East London, we paid a visit to Brixton market decked out in sustainable fashion from ZERRIN to explore and soak in the mix of different cultures, food and boutiques.
Why should we care about making the fashion industry more sustainable? In this opinion piece, we weigh in on why the story of where our clothes come from matters, and what role we play in the bigger picture.
In a sustainable or fair trade business, nurturing the connections you build throughout your supply chain is more important than ever. Cassandra Postema, founder of bombshell brass jewellery label Emi & Eve, describes her journey and why relationships with manufacturers matter.
Travelling to London and want to check out buzzing sustainable spots in the city? From shopping to eating, drinking and networking, our contributor MJ shares her guides to the coolest conscious spots in town.
Sometimes, creative inspiration comes when you least expect it. That's what happened to Lorraine Lee, who's inspiration to start her jewellery label, TALEE, came from a period of emotional hardship for her family. Discover the story behind the label here.
Inspired to create a cruelty free natural beauty brand that gives back, Winona Tan founded WANT Skincare two years ago after discovering a lack of truly clean skincare formulations. Discover her story inside.
Single use plastic is a huge part of our daily lives, but for the sake of our environment, we need to kick the habit! From reusable straws to shopping totes, here's five simple changes you can make to reduce your impact in your daily routine.
In the latest edition of our Shared Journeys series, ZERRIN catches up with social entrepreneur Cheryl Ou, founder of new conscious cafe The Social Space, located on Kreta Ayer Road. If you're a fan of great coffee, smoothie bowls or businesses that give back, this is the new place to be!
A fine jewellery label with heart, Emi & Eve empowers artisan communities and landmine clearing efforts in Cambodia by producing its designs from recycled bombshell brass. We met with founder Cassandra Postema to find out all about her journey.
These days it's on trend to cook and eat organic, but wearing organic clothing isn't on everyones radars. At ZERRIN, we think it should be just as important! Here's a few key reasons why you should start thinking about making the switch to organic cotton.
To kick off our Shared Journey series, we caught up with Elisa, a Singapore-based conscious style blogger, who shares about her favourite brands and her opinion on the growth of the sustainable fashion industry in Asia.
A free documentary screening, clothes swap and ethical fashion show. That's right, Fashion Revolution Day Singapore is back on April 28! Discover all the details on what’s going down on the day here, and get ready to ask #whomademyclothes.