It's good to see the real 'big guns' of fashion supporting more ethical designers now, and the trend continued last night with Edun's Rogan Gregory scooping the prestigious the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award last night.
Gregory collected his award at the 7th on Sale gala and pocketed a £100,000 prize. He will also receive a year of mentoring from an industry executive. He runs Edun with Bono's (of U2) wife Ali Hewson mainly out of the US. To get your hands on some of their ethical threads you will have to head over to Harvey Nicks, Selfridges or Matches.
Personally, I can only dream about affording items like this delectable 'night break' shift dress (€250), but it's good to know that those on the fashion gravy train are taking ethical issues so seriously. [Via Catwalk Queen]