Designed by women, for women, the BLENHEIM bag is the next step in luxury vegan, eco-conscious fashion accessories.
For a fashion brand, or any brand, it is almost impossible to be 100% anything but that doesn’t mean that we don’t try. Sustainability is a journey, for both consumers... Read More
Out with the old, in with the new! New year is a great time to declutter and make space for what comes next. Even if your new year’s resolution is to consume more consciously, or to buy less, clearing away items that you do not need reduces clutter and will enable you to feel more organised and help you be more efficient - your home is a living space, not a storage space after all. Here are a few decluttering and fashion organizing tips from the culthread team to help you get through the process.
Through living through the statement "Buy less, Choose well, Make it last", we hope to create a healthier relationship with consumption through methods such as reducing our carbon footprint and consumption for the greater good. Here are our top tips on how to make your garments last from day one!
It’s that time of the year when the festive season starts and the holiday sales begins. Gift wrapping is complimentary and gift set combinations are endless. Before the offer tags... Read More
Culthread is an eco-conscious fashion brand conceived in London, a city loved by most for its rich culture, much-celebrated heritage and the wonderful people who live and visit here - we love it so much we even named our styles by the different neighbourhoods of the city! Implementing changes to lead a sustainable life isn’t likely to be something that can be done within a day: it takes small steps, practice and building a routine in order for it to be fully integrated into our lifestyle. There are multiple ways for us to start being more sustainable whilst living in the city, check out our culthread tips here!
I remember opening my cupboard on multiple occasions to look for a jacket with a hood in case it rained, pockets large enough for my phone, wallet and keys... Read More
Let’s talk about plastic (yes, again). The same plastic that’s piling up in landfill because it takes upwards of 500 years to degrade (if it degrades at all) and that’s... Read More