Discover the story behind the recycled cashmere yarn used in this year's Winter 2020 collection at Ally Bee Knitwear. A remarkable journey of waste elimination in the textile industry, this yarn is made with 96% less carbon emissions than conventional cashmere. The result is a luxurious yarn for high-end knits without the hefty environmental footprint. Visit Ally-bee.com.
Buy Me Once!
Here's a little shout out for Buy Me Once, the sustainable online department story with a mission to bring you quality made to last!
Hospital Scrubs & Face Masks - Upcycling & upskilling during Covid-19
With Covid-19 turning the world upside down, the Ally Bee studio has turned into a production line for hospital scrubs and face masks. The unexpected has become the new normal ...
Mending moth holes & other knitwear mishaps
Need to mend moth hole on your baby blue cashmere cardigan? Had a mishap with your treasured fuchsia beanie hat? Can't find the perfect colour match? Over the past 6 years of designing knitwear at Ally Bee I have amassed a collection of sample books of yarn in the finest cashmere,...
Why it is our business to support Extinction Rebellion
If we continue to just ‘do our bit’ for the environment we are going to hell in a handcart, Extinction Rebellion spokesperson, Adam Woodhall warned the energy industry yesterday at the Energy Live 2019 conference in London.
Gary Harvey - Environmental Advocacy & Upcycling - Ally Bee reviews
When I launched Ally Bee Knitwear in 2014, Gary Harvey's challenge to the wasteful practices of conventional fashion was hugely influential in forming Ally Bee's mission. Following his example, I formed a deep conviction to use low impact, ethically sourced natural fibre, free of polyester and questionable provenance.
Space Oddity, T-shirts and a Fashion Revolution
In the relaunch of the Ally Bee website in 2018, we revisit the 2014 blog post 'Space Oddity, T-Shirts & a Fashion Revolution' reviewing the environmental catastrophe of the Aral Sea and hoping a fashion revolution is on the way. In this 2014 article the founder of Ally Bee explores a link...