Journal

11 Tips for Creating a Sustainable Garden
Sustainable gardening tips, from encouraging native plants to the surprising benefits of seaweed.
How to create a more sustainable home
Our guide to sustainability and interior design
Introducing our partnership with Thrift+
In Celebration of World Earth Day 2021
How To Build A Sustainable Diet
Our guide to a more sustainable diet, from reducing meat intake to stepping outside your comfort zone.
How To Care For Your Clothes
Top 8 ways to make your clothes last a lifetime, from simple mending to washing the right way.
Circular fashion and sustainability
How fashion brands and consumers can become more sustainable through circular fashion, with our founder and creative director, Lucy Macnamara.
Our Latest Sustainability Update, From Lucy…
We’re finalists for The Drapers Sustainable Fashion Brand of the Year 2021!
How To Eat More Sustainably
With chef Alexandra Dudley and mindfulness and wellbeing expert Liz Earle.
How To Have A Eco-Friendly Christmas
With Aspiga founder Lucy Macnamara, fashion influencer Kelly Eastwood of London Chatter, and sustainability journalist Armelle Ferguson.
Top 30 Sustainable Gifts From Aspiga
Sustainable and ethical Christmas gift ideas for all the family! Check out our top 30 eco-friendly pressies from Aspiga.
Plastic Free July
For the month of July, we encouraged people to take part in a Plastic Free campaign so we could help do our part in lowering plastic pollution for a cleaner, safer environment. These tips are great not only for the...
Sustainability Commitments
We are proud that we have not only successfully grown our business over the past year, but we have also increased our sustainability credentials, which have always been, and continue to be, at the core of our business. We were...
How to have a more Sustainable Christmas
Here at Aspiga HQ we are always trying to reduce our waste 🌎 Did you know that around the Christmas period we generate around 30% more waste than at other times of the year? 😣 TV programmes such as Blue...
Aspiga’s tips on helping to eliminate single use plastics
Plastic pollution has hit public consciousness in a big way. Around the world governments, businesses and citizens are working to tackle the extraordinary amount of unnecessary plastic waste we throw out daily. We are passionate about this subject and the...
Beach Clean-up Campaign
Aspiga pledged to collect a basket of plastic from the beaches in Kenya for every pair of Kenyan sandals sold from May to the end of July this year. We are delighted that we sold 800 pairs in total. We...
Launching The Beach Clean
Press and influencers united to support the Aspiga beach clean initiative which launched this month. For every pair of Kenyan sandals, Aspiga will clear away one basket of plastic from Malindi beach in Kenya. The first beach clean happened on...
Voted One Of The Top 21 Best And Most Stylish Sustainable Fashion Brands by The Daily Telegraph
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Aspiga Beach Clean Up
Our first clean up was done on the 5th June (World Environment Day) and we also completed a second one at the end of July The Clean Ups were done on Malindi Beach by the Marine Park in Kenya Through...
Bathroom Recycling
We’ve all got our recycling bins in our kitchens but do you have one in your bathroom? The majority of beauty products come packaged in plastic (an average pot containing moisturiser can take over 1000 years to break down) plastic...
Buying clothes with a conscience – Aspiga revisits the Livia Firth documentary | The True Cost
Fashion documentaries have been trending over the last few years, but Livia Firth’s documentary, The True Cost, which originally came out in 2015 had the aim of bringing a new light to the fast fashion business. Here at Aspiga we...
Eco Shop - Seahorse Sustainable Wipes
Soaring sales of wipes are contributing to a massive increase in debris on our beaches and in our sewer systems. The Marine Conservation Society’s recent report into sewage-related debris on our beaches revealed a 50% rise in wet wipes being...