Carnaby Magazine ISSUE 6

Oliver Spencer 81 Berwick Street The menswear favourite is taking huge steps to become more sustainable, including minimising packaging, which has resulted in a 36,934kg reduction in their carbon footprint. Their Berwick Street store is powered by renewable energy and 41% of the cotton used in the AW19 collection is organic. Birkenstock 42 Carnaby Street Carnaby newcomer and global footwear brand, Birkenstock, is now helping your feet look as pretty as your sandals with their Natural Skin Care range. Exclusive to the Carnaby store, the collection is environmentally friendly, vegan, and contains an anti-ageing ingredient found in cork oak. Not just for your feet, the line also includes everything from body scrub to revitalising shampoo.

Wright Brothers Soho While most of us are still sleeping soundly in the early hours, the day boats head into Brixham market with their fresh catch. All the fish served in Wright Brothers Soho is caught on our UK coast and is as sustainable as it can be and truly sea-to-plate as it’s delivered to the restaurant in under 24 hours. The Detox Kitchen 10 Kingly Street For food that’s both healthy and sustainable, head to The Detox Kitchen, who give all unsold food to Karma and food waste to Pale Green Dot, a company that turns food waste into farm fertiliser. The Kingly Court deli also offers a discount when you bring your own Tupperware and coffee cup. Söderberg 36 Berwick Street Söderberg’s delicious baked goods are made from responsibly sourced ingredients, including flour from Shipton Mill, who use Soil-Association-approved organic farming practices. Their Vegware takeaway cups are not only recyclable but compostable, plus, if you buy a reusable KeepCup, you’ll get a free bun and coffee for £1!

Ground Floor, Kingly Court

Did you know? As well as a shopping haven, Carnaby is home to 160,000 bees living in beehives across its rooftops. Newburgh Street is also celebrated as 100% pollinator- friendly. Look out for the annual ‘Bees’ Needs Week’, where bee-enthusiasts and conservationists can pick up tips on how to help our pollinator pals.

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