Inject Colour With Inkkas Ethical Trainers

Fall in love with Inkkas technicolour Peruvian prints

Inkkas Fairtrade FashionInkkas London Sky trainers

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]pend a bit of time in Peru and you’re likely to fall in love with the traditional woven fabrics piled high in technicolour towers in the street markets. Having bought some myself, intending it for a handmade festival dream coat, I accepted my sewing machine skills weren’t going to cut the mustard. The fabric now adorns my sofa cushions and I’ve let Inkkas do the hard work in providing wearable Peruvian print in the form of their London Sky trainers, see above. Within a year of Inkkas 2012 launch their shoes had been featured in Vogue and Elle, and stocked in Topshop and Urban Outfitters. As well as being a nice blend of urban hipster and tie dye hippy, perfect to inject some soul and colour into a low key outfit, their collections have also been made with the planet and it’s inhabitants in mind. Inkkas are in partnership with Trees For The Future and plant a tree for every pair of trainers sold. Their Fairtrade shoes are made by Peruvian artisans, and the brand work by the moto ‘Don’t just buy a product, buy a small piece of a better world’.

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Street Style: Sidsel Löyche’s Jeffrey Campbell Platforms

Chasing Sidsel down the road whilst she strides elegantly in her huge Jeffrey Campbell platforms.

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] had to chase Sidsel Löyche down the street to get her attention, all the while amazed that this blonde pixie Goddess could walk so fast and elegantly in those gorgeous Jeffrey Campbell wooden platforms. Sidsel is from Sweden but lives in Shoreditch and works for Joy clothing. She’s pictured on Brushfield Street by Spitalfields Market and wears a vintage maxi dress, pea green tights and ankle socks from Topshop, belt and bag from her Mum in Sweden, and THOSE Jeffrey Campbell snakeskin print shoes.

Sidsel Loyche

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