It refreshing to see so many individuals expressing concern for fast fashion and taking conscious decisions in a bid to slow down the fashion market. From skilled designer and craftswoman Millie Scott Bespoke‘s refusal to throw away and to instead, fix things to SR:D New Talent Winner Kelly Dawn Riot‘s last-a-lifetime menswear collection, Scottish designers are championing eco-chic.

We take a look at our latest love, Laura Ironside‘s stunning new collection Edit – 01. Instilled in the brands ethos are sustainable and ethical values with an evident desire for slow fashion. The collection encompasses luxury fabrics and feminine, contemporary cuts.


Whats even better? You can HIRE Laura’s pieces. Yes hire! This ultimately means saving precious space in your wardrobe and investing in a piece for a short while at a preferable rate. Also, zero chances of outfit repeating.


The grainy aesthetic in the look-book has a sense of still and calm, with a hazy, dewy feel featuring model Zoe Beith shot by Igor Termenón.


Laura’s collection is hugely inspired by the Fashion Revolution movement, spearheaded by Orsola de Castro. For more information on the Fashion Revolution and how you can get involved click here.