Our Christmas Gift Guide for doing good

We've been busy discussing our Christmas shopping in the studio, here's a list of our top brands that are doing good and perfect for your gifts we've found this year.

1. Block Shop Textiles

Block Shop is a textile, art, and design studio founded by the Los Angeles-based Stockman sisters. Block Shop invests 5% of our profits in community initiatives in India and LA, where we partner with local NGOs to provide educational + healthcare-related resources to the communities our work touches.

Image credits: https://www.blockshoptextiles.com/collections/table-linens/products/odette-peach-napkin

2. COCO Chocolatier

COCO Chocolatier is a collaborative canvas for artisans and artists alike; those who dare to disrupt, innovate and inspire. Challenging industry norms, they begin the making of their chocolate at origin before passionately transforming it in Edinburgh, Scotland. As a result, more wealth remains within developing economies.

Image credits: https://cocochocolatier.com/pages/story

3. Chilly’s

Chilly’s mission is to accelerate the adoption and everyday use of reusable products. They aim to do this through creating products for an active urban lifestyle, with the perfect balance of distinctive style and unrivalled performance. They have a range of fun, colourful designs and often collaborate with artists and brands to create new designs.

Image credits: https://www.chillys.com/uk/

4. The Hidden Sea

The Hidden Sea are a premium wine company who remove and recycle 10 plastic bottles from oceans and rivers for every bottle of wine they sell.

Image credits: https://thehiddensea.com.au/


GRIND are a coffee company who sell home-compostable organic and biodegradable coffee pods. All their other products come in fully recyclable and home-compostable packaging and they empower small sustainable coffee farms. They have a great selection of stylish looking gifts from Espresso Martini sets to coffee machines and accessories.

Image credits: https://grind.co.uk/products/bean-ground-coffee

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