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Proud to be a part of HealthySeas!

Click here to see how GhostNet Fishing and Healthyseas are saving our marine life here So proud that RubyMoon takes these nets and makes them into our wonderful clothing! Favorite

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Are Black Friday bargains worth it?

Who doesn’t love snagging a good bargain? Saving a few quid here and there? You’d be crazy not to love Black Friday’s insane deals, right? But ask yourself, are bargains worth the environmental impact of overconsumption and impulse buying so central to Black Friday’s success?  The answer is no, in case anyone had doubts. Popular fashion retailers spend massive amounts of time, energy, and money to lure you in during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Many of these retailers, including Vero Moda, C&A, Forever 21 and Esprit rely heavily on synthetic materials such as polyester to make some of their garments. Here are just a few of the ways in […]

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We Are Hiring! Seeking Co-Founder/CEO

CEO/Co-Founder Are you a professional who really wants to make a positive difference yet be part of an exciting, proven lifestyle brand? Do you want to be instrumental & lead the business into new territory and profitability? Do you have a solid grasp of financial modeling, are you passionate about making change, are you a risk-taker and a believer in the changing consumer/citizen landscape? If you are hungry for success and want to take ownership of a brand to push it to the next level of investment funding- this could be the opportunity for you. RubyMoon is looking for an ambitious leader to become a fully invested Co-Founder/CEO to drive […]

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Capsule wardrobe

The Capsule Wardrobe Meets Gym To Swim ®

The idea of de-cluttering and forming a unique, small capsule wardrobe is not new, but gaining in popularity. The ethical implications are clear Having less clothing results in way less waste, less consumption and way less stress! – so of course, we also wanted to highlight how our own Gym to Swim ® collection is designed and produced to require less pieces- with a focus on sports, swimming and a holiday vibe. If you’re heading off anywhere you always want to pack as few things as possible.  Nothing more liberating than taking a small back pack rather than a big heavy suitcase!   Recommended Pippa Moyle, founder of both Pippa Says  and the City Girl Network which […]

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JOIN THE CAMPAIGN FOR PLASTIC FREE PERIODS

In the run up to Environmenstrual Week, City to Sea are running a video and digital campaign highlighting the connection between our ocean, plastic pollution and our periods. Their dramatic and stylish short film is produced by 2 female directors and features sports-women on the water. By amplifying the voices of sportswomen leading the way in sport and female empowerment, they can highlight one simple way that people can reduce single-use plastic in their lives. After releasing their awareness-raising film they will be carrying out a retailer campaign, putting pressure on high-street chains to increase access to-and availability of plastic-free period products on the high-street. City to Sea is an environmental, not-for-profit organisation campaigning to stop plastic pollution –from the city to our […]

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Lily Stuart eXXpedition Leg 5

All- Female Crew Go All- Around The World

ALL-FEMALE CREW SET FOR PLASTIC POLLUTION CIRCUMNAVIGATION RubyMoon are proud to sponsor Lily Stuart on the eXXpedition Round the World Voyage  which sets sail from Plymouth, UK today, October 8th and will sail through some of the most important and diverse marine environments on the planet. This includes crossing four of the five oceanic gyres, where ocean plastic is known to accumulate, and the Arctic on board 73ft sailing vessel S.V. TravelEdge. The all-female crew is preparing to embark on a two-year eXXpedition sailing research mission around the world to investigate the causes of and solutions to ocean plastic pollution. We will be closely following Lily on the December Leg […]

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Trends are dead. Long live trends.

“Fashion” can be defined as a variety of things. Originating from the French “façon”, “la manière”, meaning “a certain way”, “style, manner” it is used to describe many different aspects of today’s culture. Most agree that the term fashion describes a certain change. In our society, it is most commonly associated with clothing. This is (in part) due to the nature of the industry. The process of producing garments – from design to sale, is much quicker and cheaper compared to the automobile or furniture industry, for example. This is also the reason why (primarily in western countries) clothing fashions are actually designed to have a short lifespan. This development […]

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Waves of Wisdom : Why do RubyMoon Active Ambassadors love SUP?

Ocean Lovers This week’s blog post is for the ocean lovers! Earlier this month, we decided to try something new and have a go at some Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) in Brighton. We were led by two highly experienced SUP boarders: Sara & Lee, who are also both Active Ambassadors here at RubyMoon! Lee was actually one of the first paddleboarders here on the south coast and encoraged others to get involved in the world of water sports! We managed to get a few photos to show you guys… Paddle off into the Sunset SUP is a great way to start to build your confidence in the water. It’s […]

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#RubyMoonMindfulSwim

To celebrate the crescent moon on August 7th (the same moon that is featured in our logo), we decided to gather a few enthusiastic swimmers for our first ever #RubyMoonMindfulSwim – a mindfulness session followed by a swim in the ocean. Our meeting point, the Brighton bandstand, was taken over by some salsa dancers and so we moved further down the beach to a quieter spot to begin our conscious breathing experience led by Dawn Wilson. Dawn is a hypnotherapist and healthy food chef who has studies a range of holistic practices and cognitive therapies. More recently she has focussed on breathing techniques to unleash the power of the conscious […]

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Brighton Pride: a LGBTQ protest or a commercial pile of rubbish?

To Party or To Protest?’ The highly anticipated Brighton Pride took place last weekend and I was among the 250,000 people who attended the annual event, commemorating the fight for the human rights of the LGBTQ community. Shortly after the rainbow parade of self expression, Brighton was left covered in gas canisters and plastic trash. There was hardly any indication of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising that ignited the original protest that paved the way for LGBTQ political activism. It seems that, increasingly Brighton Pride has become a commodified booze boat for the world to sail away in- without acknowledging that Pride is in fact […]

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