Bonjour and welcome to today’s #anewageinspiration post. It has been a while since I have done a new age inspiration post but even so I’ve still had a few definitely inspirational people on my blog, for example George who founded the fashion brand with mental health at its heart, Maison De Choup. Nevertheless, I have missed doing these online interviews so I’m back today talking to Eleanor O’Neill, the Founder of Study 34, an ethical clothing website that features some stunning brands and even more recently their own line of alpaca jumpers. Eleanor is such a cool lady (to go along with a very cool name) and I loved talking to her about how Study 34 evolved, who inspires her and about Study 34’s own pieces!
What is Study 34? Eleanor said how: ‘in 2014 [she] came back to the UK and set up [her] little studio. [She] got out all the machines already had and purchased a few more so [she] had what [she] needed to start and just went for it. [She] started designing small collections and making pieces to order, then it grew to working with a small British factory using dead stock yarns and now [her] latest product is made in Peru in an amazing factory, with 100% baby alpaca. It’s an incredibly versatile, beautiful and luxurious fibre.
|I <3 this jumper from L’envers so much !!|
What do you think will be the future of fashion, do you think that ethical fashion will become a mainstream and widely bought into industry?
*lil disclaimer that all the photos on this post are taken from the Study 34 website 🙂