VEGANS, LET’S TALK ABOUT BODIES
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?
VEGANISM IS BIG BUSINESS IN 2018
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.
CHILL TIME: ROXY & BEN, SO VEGAN
Veganism is big business in 2018. I know... I am preaching to the converted! But I can’t tell you how many years I have been waiting to be able to say that…
Written by Emma Sinclair MBE
Vegan Coats To Keep You Warm This Winter
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.
Can We All Just Stop With The Hero Worship?
As a vegan fashion blogger, one of my biggest challenges is finding vegan coats. You know the drill – 2% of wool that you didn’t expect, down feathers mixed with synthetic ones, and of course finding materials such as alpaca, cashmere, silk and other animal-derived textiles in every coat that you love.
VIDEO: Laura Callan talks Effective Advocacy at Vevolution Topics
From Issue Six, September 2018
Hero worship is defined as ‘excessive admiration for someone’, an idea that they are special or perfect, and is commonly directed at people in the public eye, celebrities or people that have made a name for themselves in one way or another.
Interview: You Me At Six At Their One Night Pop Up ‘You Me At Shish’
In Summer 2018 BRIGHT editor Laura Callan was invited to speak as part of an incredibly line up at Vevolution Topics: Effective Advocacy in London.
Watch the full talk online now.
For one night only British rock band You Me At Six teamed up with vegan food pioneers Temple Of Seitan to create You Me At Shish, a vegan kebab shop to celebrate the release of their new album VI.
We caught up with Josh and Matt at the exclusive event to find out more about the new album, the food what it’s like being vegan on tour.