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Why Do You Wear RubyMoon?

” I wear RubyMoon because it is good for the environment. The products are made from Econyl which is recycled ghost fishing nets.” Says Kirsty May, a friendly and experienced Yoga teacher at Neo Spirit Yoga, in Brighton. Our Leilani Ocean Blue Sports Bra and Gina Black Sports Legging are perfect and versatile for all the classes Kirsty teaches- Hatha, […]

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Launching Film The Change- Plastic

Fantastic News! Our Brand Ambassador, filmmaker and environmental researcher Laura Mahler, and her team’s documentary on plastics, recycling, government, and what its like to go plastic-free is being screened at Pinewood Studio’s Documentary Filmmaker Showcase Online 2019 from Monday 14th January – Sunday 20th January 2019.   Film The Change: PLASTIC is a story of what can happen when masses […]

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Inspiring & Impactful: Susana Genson

RubyMoon gives 100% of our net profits to women entrepreneurs as microloans across 13 developing countries. We want to share each empowering story with you, with everyone that journeys with us. Case study and photography provided by FotoDocument/Veejay Villafrance Visayas, in the Philippines, is known as one of the sources of quality souvenir production. This industry […]

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Start A Happy New Year With 5 Simple Tips !

Write down what you want to pursue this year What do you want the new year to be? Keep this as a positive list of dreams and intentions for the new chapter ahead. This will be a reminder/motivation to put your plans into action. Define how you want to spend your time What is it […]

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Inspiring & Impactful: Maria Dolores

RubyMoon gives 100% of the net profits to women entrepreneurs as microloans across 13 developing countries. We want to share each empowering story with you, with everyone that journeys with us. Case studies and photogaphy provided by FotoDocument/Ana Caroline Lima Whether at home, at the farm, selling at the family’s shop or at the weekly […]

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Top Tips For An Eco Christmas

How to keep reducing your ecological footprint during this high consumption time of the year For the holiday season the BBC has provided a useful list of 9 ways to stay away from plastic: Reduce on the glossy wrapping paper Give up the tinsel Hold off from the Christmas coffee cup Reconsider eating fish Prepare […]

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Your Work Out Wear & Plastics: Under The Microscope

Last month one of the European ecommerce platforms on which we are featured banned all polyester clothing- unless it is recycled. So we were wondering if this is the beginning of the end for synthetic fabrics? Alexandra Reece investigates. Consumers have long been aware of the polluting impact of waste materials on the environment, but […]

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A Drop In The Ocean – Art, Beach Cleaning & Data Collection in Brighton

Graphic designer and Brighton resident Irene Soler has spent the last 5 months leading her beach cleaning & data collection project ‘A Drop In The Ocean’, and has no plans to stop there! This ambitious conservation and design project is creating an infographic along the Volks Electric Railway, using bottle caps found along the Brighton […]

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Plastic Free Shopping – With Glamour!

“Think about it, why would you make something that you’re going to use for a few minutes out of a material that’s basically going to last forever, and you’re just going to throw it away. What’s up with that?” – Jeb Berrier (Bag It movie). We’re trying to spread awareness about the issues of single-use […]

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Sail Away! – With The Incredible SailBoat Project!

  (Photos by Mi Elferson) The Sailboat Project helped us create our best shoot yet! After meeting Dhara from The Sailboat Project, we knew a collaboration was a perfect idea for both our companies. He offered to let us use his gorgeous boat for a photo shoot on the water. The Sailboat Project is an […]

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