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Why we love organic

We're celebrating Organic September! What makes organic cotton special? Because organic cotton is grown without any harmful chemicals. 

What does Fairtrade really mean? Come & find out!
Ever wondered how Fairtrade makes a difference? We've put together a handy guide, plus some fun at home activities to get the kids involved...
From inspiration to reality. How our design process brings an idea to life.

By Josie Bragg, Little Green Radicals Designer. This season, I wanted to create a collection that took us on a journey through different lands. We took lots of inspiration from...

Organic all the way.
By Nick Pecorelli, Little Green Radicals Founder Little Green Radicals clothes have been organic from day one. The cotton we source and all the factories that produce our clothes have been certified as organic and Fairtrade each and every year....
Who made my clothes?
At this time of year we like to acknowledge our amazing workers in India. The 'Who Made My Clothes' campaign was started after the tragic collapse of a factory in Bangladesh in 2013. It has grown...
Behind the design: The story of our Island Escapade
I’ve been fortunate enough to design collections for Little Green Radicals for almost ten years. Every time we begin this process
Adventures In India: Visiting Our Producers
Hello! I’m Bonnie, the production co-ordinator for Little Green Radicals and in October 2019 I visited our producers in India with Josie, our designer. 
Fairtrade. A way of being

Little Green Radicals started life in 2005 and along with People Tree and a couple of other great brands we were the first to get Fairtrade certification in the UK. 

Beautiful clothes made by amazing people

Using a transparent supply chain to make our long lasting, colourful, organic clothes is at the heart of Little Green Radicals. We're very proud of the three producers we work with in India...

Fairtrade not fairly traded

Pop this in your basket: Fairtrade not fairly traded. Some of you may have seen the recent furore caused by Sainsbury’s decision to drop Fairtrade 

Pesticides. No thanks.

There are lots of reasons for avoiding pesticides. Our own health and the health of our children is cited by many Little Green Radical fans. But for me