The Clothes Whisperer came to our shop to see what winter
 goodies caught her eye and to be styled by the designer herself.
Click on the link below to see the article and pics for yourself:

http://www.theclotheswhisperer.co.uk/2010/01/style-whispering-julia-smith-and-joanne.html

 

Winter 2009  

Amelia's magazine:

http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/fashion/10-eco-designers-to-watch-out-for-in-ss10-part-one/2009/12/09/

 

  

     

   

Fashion Week February 2009

 http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/amelias_blog/2009/02/julia_smith_aw_09.php

http://www.greenmystyle.com/london-fashion-week-catwalk-report-julia-smith

 http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/amelias_blog/2009/02/julia_smith_interview_1.php

http://www.bigcitysmallfootprints.com/2009/03/interview-julia-smith/

 

JULIA SMITH Press 2009

 

                      

 

JULIA SMITH Press 2008

 

           

      

 

  

 

 

 

     

 

   

BBC

Thread Fashion Without Victim

Shining examples 

Eco fashion doesn't have to mean toning it down - just look at some of the A-listers, says Tamasin Doe

...For corseted silk sheath dresses which Rita Hayworth herself could've wriggled into, there are handmade corseted dresses by Julia Smith, available from www.fashion-conscience.com, who cut her fashion teeth at Alberta Ferretti, Italy's queen of romantic evening dresses....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/thread/features/columnist-05/


BBC

Thread Fashion Without Victim

This year's London Fashion Week reveals just how far ethical chic has come, enthuses Tamasin Doe

...Within the wider mix, four new labels were shown under the banner of the Ethical Fashion Forum, each with something fresh to offer. Amoosi is a designer collective producing couture and limited edition pieces from reclaimed and vintage fabrics. Rani Jones offers sleek, modern fashion with an emphasis on luxury fabrics. Julia Smith, meanwhile, has chic, upscale clothes with a catwalk feel. Not forgetting Lowie - cute, fresh and feminine with a vintage heart....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/thread/features/london_fashion_week_2008/


BBC

Thread Fashion Without Victim

The history of eco fashion

How did the ethical fashion movement come about? Like nearly all revolutions, there's a colourful history to tell.

...Fast forward to now and the new eco labels don't feel the need to shout their ethical credentials from the roof-tops. A case in point is Julia Smith, a young British designer whose glamour-filled take on everyday life uses clean production, transparent supply routes, and even the odd bit of hemp silk. Yet she doesn't classify herself as an ethical designer, just a designer. 'I think that's how fashion should be anyway,' she says, reasonably....

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/thread/features/columnist-06/

 

New Consumer.com

5 March 2008. See link below:
http://www.newconsumer.com/news/item/estethica_setting_the_trend_at_london_fashion_week/


The Guardian Online

December 2007. See link below:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandhealth/gallery/2007/nov/21/fashion?picture=331329930

 

Daily Telegraph March 2007

December 2008. See link below:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2007/03/03/smethic03.xml

 


 

Treehugger

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2008/02/bright_lights_t.php

February 2008

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/05/global_mamas.php

May 2007

Kucha

http://www.thenaturalstore.co.uk/ezineframe.php?zine_id=28&page=ezine28piece12

May 2008


Eco Chic - The Fashion Paradox

Julia's collection for spring/summer 2007 is featured in Sandy Black's new book entitled  'Eco Chic - The Fashion Paradox'. To see more details click the link below:

http://www.blackdogonline.com/fashion/eco-chic.html

Ecoloco - Japan

http://www.ecocolo.com/editorial/modules/pukiwiki/39.html