We want to introduce you to the Fair Shop Brighton, a beautifully curated store on Queens Road which is one of the only in the world to stock solely fairtrade and ethical clothing.

They believe that every purchase has the potential to influence the type of world you want, which is why all the gorgeous designs that are stocked in their store are careful about their impact on the planet and its inhabitants.

They work closely with brands and artisans all over the world to ensure that all fashion stocked create livelihoods for people within their own communities while creating a gift, accessory or piece of clothing that can be treasured forever.

We teamed up with the amazing photographer Fanny Beckman, MUA Natalie Fowle and model Liv Grant to bring you three amazing autumn looks from brands stocked in the Fair Shop Brighton.

This first look is made up of a deep green, handknitted Bibico Jumper which is 100% wool, and a pair of punky-esque flannel trousers by People Tree. This look is cosy, practical and also looks pretty fierce – a winning combination.


Handknitted Bibico Jumper – £129
People Tree Flannel Trousers – £95
Dr Martens – Models own
We love this super versatile Unoa Black Sweatshirt which, as a wardrobe staple, looks good with everything and gives this outfit a laidback, sports luxe twist. This necklace from E-WAR, an NGO based in Addis Ababa, is made out of spent bullets obtained from surrounding villages. So not only does this gorgeous necklace look great layered on top of the black, it also holds something deeper – helping to support Ellilta Women At Risk, with 100% of the profits going back to their rehabilitation schemes.
Adding this handmade Lemuel black jacket to the sweatshirt and grid print trouser combo gives a contemporary twist which is complemented by a pair of white trainers – keeping the outfit fashion forward but still casual. We love this style by Vegetarian shoes!


Lemuel Jacket – £160
Unoa Sweatshirt currently – £21 – 50% off in the sale
E-WAR Bullet Necklace – £25
This blue denim dress from Bibico is a great minimalist statement piece – and yes, that definitely is a thing! The straight, loose fit shape works really well with a pair of chunky black boots and is a great alternative to head to toe black for the winter months.
 Dress Bibico – £69
Bag – Stylists Own


To find out more about the Fair Shop and the amazing things they do visit their website. And next time you’re in Brighton make sure you pop into their shop at 21 Queen’s Road and have a browse at their gorgeous collections!
All Revival Collective readers get 20% off with discount code REVIVAL
All images by Fanny Beckman. See more of her work at http://www.fannybeckman.com/