Now the beginning of a new year, we look at the books that we will be both revisiting and adding to our bookshelf to live a life more freely, healthily and consciously in 2017.
A Modern Way to Eat by Ana Jones.
This is vegetarian food as you’ve never had it before. It’s great for those of you that like us, have decided to stop eating meat, and provides easy to follow, deliciously moreish recipes.
The Naked Diet by Tess Ward.
Beautiful book, beautiful photography, and most importantly clean, natural dishes that you can add into your weekly dinners, without going on a diet to help you feel fitter.
Naked Fashion, The New Sustainable Fashion Revolution by Safia Minney.
If you’re new to the sustainable fashion movement, this is for you. Naked Fashion features case studies and information on the global effects of mass fashion consumerism and production.
To Die For: Is Fashion Wearing Out The World? by Lucy Siegle.
An expose on the fashion industry. Honest and truthful, once you’ve read it you’ll never go back.
Eco Chic, The Fashion Paradox by Sandy Black.
An in depth study and exploration of fashion and environmental awareness.
No Logo by Naomi Klein.
For those of you that already know how the industry works, Klein’s book will make you think twice next time you reach for a can of coke. No logo intelligently highlights how a new generation can fight consumerism .
Lifestyle and Travel
100 Days of Active Resistance by Vivienne Westwood.
Inspired by Westwood’s manifesto 100 days of active resistance is a collective of 100 handpicked submissions from all over the globe that show activism and resistance. We’re stronger together.
Wild: An Elemental Journey by Jay Griffiths.
THE book to have with you wherever you travel. A breathtakingly honest piece of writing that is shameless, passionate and wild. This is the natural world as you’ve never experienced it.
Whistle For The Wind by Ryan McGinley.
For photography, art and nature lovers alike, this is one book that we just keep coming back to. May your year be fun, wild and free!
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