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Sneak peek!! great fitting yesterday with our models for upcoming spring 2020 fashion show for la fashion week in October! collection is titled “You are Magic”, yes, that is 100% organic cotton with UNICORNS!!!




Shabby Chic 💞 The Shabby Dress in pretty pink organic cotton is 30% off in our Summer Sale whilst stocks last 😍 Also available in blue organic stripe and the Rosabelle Print by RachelAshwell Click Here To Shop










IDEA REGALO! T-shirt "It wasn't me" color royal blue, available in 5 sizes Shop Women / Shop Men







Don't forget! Spend £60 and you'll get this FREE Endangered Heroes Tea Towel! 🦏 A little treat for all you kitchen heroes out there!! 💦







Bank Holiday Vibes ❤ Lounge the weekend away in the Long Ella Dress in Organic Cotton. A delightful 30% off for a limited time in our Summer Sale! Click Here To Shop Long Ella:




Shop our branded cotton tote bag just £12 Perfect plastic free solution. Holds a lot more than you think and is made from strong cotton canvas material.












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PREFERED COTTON (pCotton)
Preferred Cotton (pCotton) is a term used by Textile Exchange referring to cotton that is ecologically and/or socially progressive because it has more sustainable properties in comparison to other conventional options. Cottons currently defined by Textile Exchange as preferred include: Recycled, Organic, Fair Trade, Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) cotton, cotton grown to the standards set by the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI and its benchmarked equivalencies), and CottonConnect REEL cotton.

MORE ABOUT ORGANIC COTTON

Organic cotton is cotton that is produced, and certified, according to organic agriculture standards.

Organic Cotton is grown as part of a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects, and is grown in rotation with other crops that replenish the soil. Organic Cotton requires a third party certification from an independent, accredited Certification Body. Organic Cotton growing practices may vary slightly from country to country but common to all is the avoidance of the use of toxic and persistent synthetic agrichemicals (pesticides and fertilizers) and genetically modified seeds.

If cotton is to be sold as organic, a third party certification from an independent, accredited certification agency is strongly recommended. Textile Exchange’s Organic Content Standard (OCS) and the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) are voluntary supply chain standards that track organic fiber/material content as it moves through production and into a final product. The OCS is used to support content claims, and GOTS – which includes additional social and environmental requirements in processing – is used to support product claims.