Posted on May 10 2016
Beaumont Organic are a very special brand. Not only because they were born in Manchester just like Hoochie Mama but also because they offer truly amazing designs. As the name would suggest, Beaumont Organic are an organic clothing and accessories brand which offer a collection of unrivaled quality. They have been famed for their affordable luxury that aims to inspire women’s fashionable palette, whilst also fulfilling a desire to give a little back to the world in which we live. Sounds good eh? This brand’s bags and clutches are all designed in the UK and ethically produced in Europe, so no sweat shops here.
It’s becoming more and more important in today’s world to take control of climate change and really think about how you can make a difference. A great place to start is your shopping habits, it’s a small thing but you’d be amazed at the difference that ethical fashion can make. There are numerous organic brands taking the world by storm but finding well designed and fashionable sustainable pieces can be difficult. Fear not as when it comes to amazing bags this brand has it covered. This is what can only be described as ‘guilt free fashion’ with an emphasis on ethical design and production throughout everything they do.
Launched in 2008 by Hannah Beaumont with a small range of organic T-shirts, the brand was an instant success winning the ‘Best Organic Textile Award’ in 2009. Since then, Beaumont organic has continued to grow and expand its impressive ranges of ‘contemporary conscious’ clothes and accessories. The fabrics and leathers they use are fairtrade and eco creating a renowned style brought to you in a responsible way. Something you may not know about the brand is that they have been international for a few years now with a large customer base in Japan!
This company truly aims be responsible in every aspect of business. Beaumont Organic want to make a change and pave the way for fashion to have a more sustainable future. Ethical production and reducing waste are of utmost importance. Fabric off-cuts are used when possible for sampling in an effort to keep consumption low. They only travel to their international markets perhaps twice a year and cover all topics in one visit to reduce their carbon footprint.