Check Out This BLOW Hairdryer, By Michael Douglas’ Mdlondon.

Mdlondon are proud to launch their brand new BLOW Hairdryer by Michael Douglas, the celebrity stylist. It’s a light, compact, powerful, and intuitive hairdryer.

Fireheart Is On An Ethical Mission, With Small Batch Coffee.

Fireheart = the small batch coffee roasters with ethics. They pay their farmers 50% more than FairTrade, + they use 100% recyclable (or compostable) packaging.

2022: Nepalese Mishu Shrestha’s London Fashion Week Showcase

Travelling all the way from Kathmandu in the Himalayas, this year (2022), Mishu Shrestha was the first ever Nepalese designer to showcase @ London Fashion Week.

2022: (Vietnamese) Tran Hung’s Return To London Fashion Week

This year (2022), Tran Hung (from Vietnam) returned to London Fashion Week, with an SS23 collection that boasted ready-to-wear women’s-wear and luxury menswear.

Nutrition Geeks: On A Mission To Improve The Nation’s Health

Launched in 2020, Nutrition Geeks are on a mission to improve the health + well-being of its customers, WITHOUT compromising on quality, the earth, or the bank.

Fortune’s Favour: Pure Silk Scarves, With Hand Drawn Designs

“The effortless style of the chic jet-set crowd of the 60s and 70s.” Set up by Gemma Oakley, Fortune’s Favour = beautiful silk scarves, with hand drawn designs.

The Dartmoor Artist: Sustainable Art + Hand Painted Home-ware

Founded by a 40-year-old artist named Sarah Smith, The Dartmoor Artist makes sustainable pieces of art, and hand painted home-ware items to glow up your space.

Launched In 2021, Tessie Makes Sustainable Pyjamas For Women

“Style, comfort, and sleep.” Launched in Oct. 2021 by Georgina Ryan, Tessie creates award-winning, sustainable women’s pyjamas. The products are made in the UK.

Comfortable, Practical Clothing (From Bealies Adaptive Wear)

Bealies Adaptive Wear makes bespoke joggers and trousers – with a unique opening that enables comfortable dressing and catheterising for its disabled customers.

Tracey Cooper: Homeware And Kitchen Textiles (Made In The UK)

Tracey Cooper launched her brand as a side hustle to pay for her daughters after school clubs and activities, before turning it into a brand in February 2021.