Welcome to Diamonds & Daisychains, an online magazine for ethical fashion, women's issues and holistic wellbeing...


  • AW15 trends: Fringing

    AW15 trends: Fringing

    I want to try something different! When researching something new to write, I came across a lot of new trends that are all over the high street and I decided to create a mini series of these trends. My plan is to take a high street fashion trend and show ...

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  • Clever questions

    Clever questions

  • Vintage jacket shopping

    Vintage jacket shopping

  • Sweatshop-free swimsuits

    Sweatshop-free swimsuits

  • Going green at home

    Going green at home

Things we love

  • Supermood


    Very recently I discovered an exciting Finnish brand called Supermood. Their name was the first thing that drew me in. I love beauty and have quite a history in experimental products and treatments, sometimes so much so that I find myself explaining the benefits of laser facials or recommending which ...

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  • Primrose Hill candles

    Primrose Hill candles

  • Veja trainers

    Veja trainers

  • Skinny Tan

    Skinny Tan

  • Beaumont Organic

    Beaumont Organic

Woman, Mother, Wife blogs

  • Wife: Confessions of a sport mum

    Wife: Confessions of a sport mum

    In the United States they are referred to as ‘soccer moms’. In non-sporting arenas they are referred to as ‘tiger moms’.  I am not aware of an Australian equivalent, but being a nation obsessed with sport, I think we can safely assume there are plenty of us out there. Whether ...

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  • Mother: My old back

    Mother: My old back

  • Woman: Meat-free me

    Woman: Meat-free me

A daily dose of ethical fashion

Our ethical shopping campaign

Rahul Talukder, from a series taken following the Rana Plaza collapse

It started with Suzi's blog The clothes on my back and continues to grow! Now we're determined to keep the conversation alive.

In our latest ethical fashion article, we asked some of our favourite retailers whether they pay living wages and ensure safe work environments. Their answers (and our ratings) are in Are ANY fashion retailers ethical?

Read our Ethical kids' clothing guide.

Find out how to put together a useful, ethical maternity wardrobe.

Discover what clothing retailers said when we asked them about sweatshops: Just a simple “Yes” or “No”, please.

Or check out Things we love to see some beautiful brands and products who are loud and proud about the provenance of their goodies, without even being asked... If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference in the world, getting ethical is a great place to start!

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