FIELDS is menswear. It's connection, impact and physicality. It's a brand with a unique selling proposition – fashion doesn't have to harm the planet or its people. This proposition is the golden thread that weaves its way through everything FIELDS represents, from its distinctly urban aesthetic to tailored designs.
New kid on the perfume block- Floratropia Paris, is the ultimate disrupter- developed with the goal to bring about a paradigm shift to the world of perfume, with the planet, biodiversity of plants, and the artisans and producers who cultivate them, in mind.
For those of you who may not be too keen on embracing the bean, we thought we’d add our own spin to this auspicious month. One way you can own Veganuary 2022 is by giving your wardrobe a vegan revamp. And if you’re browsing, Plain Tiger, you’ve come to the right place.
I believe that the most central feeling people who suffer from eco-anxiety feel is that we are so small and seemingly insignificant in the grand scheme of things as individuals. To be fair, that is true. But it does not mean that our actions do not matter. I’ve seen that they do, in a very tangible way.
With Thailand having reopened to international travelers, expect to find a wealth of top-notch medical, health, fitness and spa facilities, staffed by experts, wrapped in a beautiful tropical setting. Make 2022 the year you retreat…
Two very different cultures collide with a spectacular outcome- African Jacquard. Whether you’re looking for a special piece for your own home or the perfect gift for that person “who has everything,” you can’t go wrong with this innovative cross-cultural success story.
Founders & designers at Verus, Gill Eerenstein & Candice Ilic, have brought their effortless style to an authentic collection that celebrates the meeting of classical design and current trends. Made with ethically sourced natural stones, their commitment to beautiful jewellery crafted with artisanal talent & integrity.
The Cotton Company is the brainchild of Madeleine Hugo, who fell in love with Turkish towels while living in Istanbul. It is a lifestyle brand born from a love of the traditional artisanship of Turkish towels. Now, the company offers a wide selection of Turkish towels, throws as well as blankets and gowns.
The 1 People shopper is independent, conscious and goal-oriented. Success is whatever she wants it to be and she owns it proudly. She understands the change-making ability of her money and she’s discerning about how she spends it. She is a woman of the world – a new world, just beyond the horizon.
Championing sustainability has always been at the heart of British expat Amanda Rushforth whether raising awareness around saving our oceans, creating content on independent, sustainable brands, or partnering with charities to raise awareness around important causes. Step into her statement style edit.
Born in the sunny climate of the UAE. It was a perfect location to create a luxury beach lifestyle brand that protects the skin from the sun's harsh rays and protects the planet. All of their products are cruelty-free and vegan, with a strong focus on protecting the reefs. It's also all-natural and toxin-free!
While the Three design appeal reflects an appreciation for geometry, asymmetry and colour play, the collection is devoid of monotony – every piece exists in its own space and it’s own time, treating customers to a perpetual sense of choice and newness.
“As Pure One, we have drawn alongside the global movement towards sustainability and conscious consumerism, subscribing to initiatives such as the Paris Agreement and making sure that we do our part in working towards a carbon-neutral world.” Read more about Pure One here.
Winner of the 2021 allfashion sourcing Young Designer Competition 2021, Thando Ntuli. Her brand, MUNKUS, a South African ready-to-wear, luxury fashion brand, is synonymous with stark colourways and vibrant prints that celebrate the dynamism of South Africa and its people’s unique flair for fashion.
When it comes to South African talent making its mark across international borders and gaining global recognition, Cape Town-based Laurie Wiid van Heerden of Wiid Design is achieving exactly that. He is known for his innovative designs and world firsts, including the world’s largest cork pendant light and cork cabinet.
This year, in honour of United Nations Day, we deemed it essential to talk about the fact that sustainability is about people and the planet. UNESCO defines sustainable development as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
Lorne is the unplanned accidents inspired by the twists and turns of life. Lorne’s pieces are mangled and misshapen, their beauty defined by their uniqueness. Warped and tangled brass, squeezed into an endless array of shapes. Sketches and doodles in metal, as spontaneous as they are unrepeatable - are given new life.
In the Indian Ocean, where an azure sky overlooks forested volcanic mountains and coral reefs, is an Indonesian island, Bali. It’s earned acclaim as a global travel destination that epitomises everything people have come to love about the tropics. But for l u • c i e e founder, Lucie Kucharova, Bali is so much more.
Who can resist a cheerful pop of colour in a striking graphic print? The Skinny laMinx brand and products ranging from scatter cushions to aprons are synonymous with feel-good vibes and ensure top levels of quality, environmental sustainability, and social upliftment.
Our shipping system is carbon negative, which means that getting your products to you does not cost the planet or its people in any way. Carbon negativity is earth positivity. We offer free shipping for orders over $150.
The stories behind the brands that we feature, matter to us and we know they matter to you. We tell these stories via #PlainTiger_Spotlight, providing deep insights into the inspiration behind the work that our independent fashion designers and artisans produce as well as their production methods and their commitment to our conscious criteria.
Made to order fashion is also slower to produce and is therefore more environmentally sustainable, causing less wastage and avoiding over-production. As a movement, made to order promotes a culture of quality where people come to appreciate and cherish their garments as heirlooms rather than just seasonable pieces that quickly go out of fashion.