• The beauty of being a slow fashion eco brand... The beauty of being a slow fashion eco brand...

    13 May , 2022

    Noor is our in-house Eco slow fashion brand, but what does that actually mean? Well, slow fashion may just be the cure that the Fashion Industry needs for its grossly out of control waste problem… and we want to show you why choosing brands like Noor, is the best way you can get your money to do the talking and play your part in saving the Fashion Industry from itself.... Noor is our in-house Eco slow fashion brand, but what does that actually mean? Well, slow fashion may just be the cure that the Fashion Industry needs for its grossly out of control waste problem… and we want to show you why choosing brands like Noor, is the best way you can get your money to do the talking and play your part in saving the Fashion Industry from itself....

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  • Feeling Joyful with Jaipur Joy... Feeling Joyful with Jaipur Joy...

    06 May , 2022

    Following the pandemic it has been a complete joy to finally return to India and feel the heady mix of heat, sunshine and bustle combined with the beauty of the people the architecture and of course the fabrics. In all of this hubbub, a new idea came to me whilst sketching designs for different garments; how about trying to express some of this joy I'm feeling and share it. And... Following the pandemic it has been a complete joy to finally return to India and feel the heady mix of heat, sunshine and bustle combined with the beauty of the people the architecture and of course the fabrics. In all of this hubbub, a new idea came to me whilst sketching designs for different garments; how about trying to express some of this joy I'm feeling and share it. And...

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  • Moving into India in 2022 Moving into India in 2022

    01 Jan , 2022

    With the dawn of a new year we often are reflective in our outlook. As many of my loyal customers will know, the last two years have brought big changes to The House of Eunice, including the closure of my lovely shop on the south bank in London and a move to Frome in Somerset. I was forced to close the company and return to trading on local markets with... With the dawn of a new year we often are reflective in our outlook. As many of my loyal customers will know, the last two years have brought big changes to The House of Eunice, including the closure of my lovely shop on the south bank in London and a move to Frome in Somerset. I was forced to close the company and return to trading on local markets with...

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  • What is true Value in this new era of Sustainability? What is true Value in this new era of Sustainability?

    06 Feb , 2021

    In the world we live in today, the word "value" has lost its true meaning, and is used casually as a symbol of low priced goods bought at "bargain" prices. In fact the value of most things have been de - valued over the last few decades where we have built a global culture of consumerism. Unfortunately, this has come at a high cost to many, where the consequences have... In the world we live in today, the word "value" has lost its true meaning, and is used casually as a symbol of low priced goods bought at "bargain" prices. In fact the value of most things have been de - valued over the last few decades where we have built a global culture of consumerism. Unfortunately, this has come at a high cost to many, where the consequences have...

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  • Tussah silk - why is it called a non - violent silk? Tussah silk - why is it called a non - violent silk?

    26 Oct , 2020

     The Indian Tussah Silk moth (Antherea myllita): was traditionally reeled from cocoons collected from the wild but the yields were poor. Tassah silk production underwent a revival with better training for rearers, reelers and weavers provided by PRADAN, an Indian NGO. They improved the supply with disease free eggs and provided training on silkworm rearing. They also planted and pruned food trees for the caterpillars on privately-owned lands and kept...  The Indian Tussah Silk moth (Antherea myllita): was traditionally reeled from cocoons collected from the wild but the yields were poor. Tassah silk production underwent a revival with better training for rearers, reelers and weavers provided by PRADAN, an Indian NGO. They improved the supply with disease free eggs and provided training on silkworm rearing. They also planted and pruned food trees for the caterpillars on privately-owned lands and kept...

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