Greenhouse by Joost: all that glisters is not green // 1 March 2011

In a country that is home to the world’s biggest houses, roads full of ubiquitous 4×4 utes, a world-famous city that is crippled by its own anachronistically stunted public transport network and voracious tumble dryer usage even on 30C days, green concepts have a long, steep hill to climb before hitting mainstream palatability. So, it … Continue reading

Is that corn you’re wearing? National Geographic Green

The Autumn edition of National Geographic Green magazine hits doormats over the next week or so. In it, pp. 34 – 41, I explore the truths behind natural fibres in fashion and whether their synthetic counterparts are the devil incarnate as many presume. Is that corn you’re wearing?

Britain’s greenest festivals, National Geographic Green

It’s Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary and high time to look at how the festival industry has changed since the days of free love and free milk. Eco consciousness, it turns out, goes hand-in-hand with liberal-minded festivals. Or, view online, pages 94 – 101. And here are some snaps from this year’s Glasto-to-rival-all-Glastos Arcadia at Glastonbury, 2010, … Continue reading

Fashioned from landfill, London Evening Standard

Tesco launches a designer collection fashioned from landfill. And I am forced to model one of the dresses. London Evening Standard, 1st March 2009