Ara the altar adornment can also be found in store:
Form Lifestyle Store in Manchester’s Northern Quarter is run by Elly and Harry who believe in slow-living and taking a thoughtful approach to buying – choosing to buy fewer, well-considered, products that have been made to last and that will be cherished for years to come.
Everything they sell has been carefully chosen with a focus on design, function and simplicity. Form’s designers and makers have been selected for their focus on craftsmanship, and attention to detail, producing high quality, considered pieces (typically by hand) on a small scale.
And via select earth-kind online department stores:
Wearth London is 'The Conscious Department Store', co-founded by Imogen and Ed who recognised a lack of online places in the UK to shop in a more conscious way. They want to make it easier for people to make informed purchases and have created a platform where like-minded brands that care about you and the planet can grow.
Natural x Lab is a design led lifestyle store showcasing sustainable luxury brands. With a mission to create a lifestyle to co-exist with the modern world, Natural x Lab aims to take away the stress and pressure we put on the planet and ourselves.
Founder, and former model, Indigo wanted to create a multifunctional platform and concept store that she believes is the future of consumerism, choosing to support both young and established designers that are environmentally and ethically aware.
Rooted in ethics and ecology, Ecolabo is a beautiful online curation of sustainable goods. Co-founders, Oriane and Victoria are creating a culture for 'Purchase with Purpose', making it easy for individuals to shop responsibly and live a thoughtful lifestyle, without sacrificing style or aesthetics.
Beyond Bamboo is an online hub for ethical and 'beyond sustainable' products that result in a healthier planet. Each of their products has been carefully selected as an inspiring example of lessening our impact on or rejuvenating the planet at the same time as giving back to local communities, social entrepreneurs and enterprises.