LUSH Goes Naked
A Chinese New Year Feast with PhungKay Vegan
Late last year we flew out to Berlin for the LUSH Prize, which you can read all about it in Issue Seven, but what you didn’t know is that we also visited their brand new naked store. That’s right, it’s packaging-free.
They have really useful facts dotted around the store that highlight the specific reasons why their store is packaging-free.
The Power Of Getting Angry
We got to see in the Lunar New Year in true Vegan Queen style this week with PhungKay, London-based vegan Chinese food pioneers.
Phungkay, run by Jade Rathore and Angie Li took up residence at East London’s Benk + Bo, a gorgeous events space, workspace and yoga studio, for a weekend of celebration through food.
The Veganuary Round Up: Support Vegan Business Edition
It sometimes feels like we’re living in a world of positivity, and declarations of #postivevibes only.
Sure, nobody really likes to spend too much time with a Negative Nancy or a Debbie Downer (side note: why are all these names female?) but humans are capable of a wide and varied range of emotions. We are complex creatures who react to the world around us with emotions, thoughts and intelligence, to deny any ‘negative’ emotions is to deny a large portion of what makes us who we are.
Black Eyed Peas Release New Vegan Anthem
Veganuary is coming to an end, and we are welcoming many new vegans into our amazing and diverse community.
While we’ve seen, celebrated and eaten so many new options in mainstream restaurants, fast food eateries and from high street supermarkets, it’s important to remember the brands that have been there for us from the beginning.
VEGANS, LET’S TALK ABOUT BODIES
Will.I.Am is back and rapping about his vegan lifestyle in Black Eyed Peas’ new track ‘Vibrations’.
In the track the Black Eyed Peas talk about finding “a brand new vibe” with a focus on changing their views and staying ‘elevated’, which for Will.I.Am includes his new plant-based lifestyle. Watch the video here.
Blog: THE ETHICAL GIFT GUIDE
Every January more than 20% of us make a resolutions to reduce our bodies, to lose weight, to take up less space. Despite the growth of the body positivity movement, diet culture isn’t going anywhere just yet.
We originally published this piece on bodies in Issue Three of BRIGHT, but it’s just as relevant now. Rather than making a resolution to reduce yourself, why not choose to delve into body positivity instead?
CHILL TIME: ROXY & BEN, SO VEGAN
So it’s December 8th, there are only two more Saturdays before Christmas and you still haven’t done your shopping? We’ve put together this little guide of our top ethical gifts for under £15, so we can be kind to ourselves and stress less this holiday season.
We catch up with So Vegan team Roxy & Ben to talk about their new book ‘So Vegan In 5’, their journey so far and their journeys to come.