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Bonnie Alter sneaks us into Estethica, London Fashion Week’s ethical fashion showcase. (TreeHugger)

Emma Watson’s new People Tree line gets a shout-out in’s behind-the-scenes video with Esthetica’s impressive lineup of sustainable designers. Plus, Stella McCartney gets name-dropped a lot. (Ethical Style)

They were inundated with options, but our British counterparts at Sustain Your Style whittled their list of ethical designers down to their favorite 10. (Sustain Your Style)

Some half-dressed models in a “renegade roving ethical catwalk” on the street was one of London Fashion Week’s most talked-about highlights. What, no photos? (The Guardian)

Meanwhile, War on Want picked (or is that picketed?) the perfect time to launch its Love Fashion Hate Sweatshops campaign, which is backed by some serious celebrity muscle. (War on Want)

Designer Jasper Garvida sent models down the runway in dresses embellished with Asahi bottle caps. (View London)

Orsola De Castro of From Somewhere stitched together some wacky wedding dresses from clothing purchased from Heathrow Airport’s Lost & Found. Actor Colin Firth gets an obligatory nod for being married to the exhibition’s curator. The very, very lucky curator. (Green My Style)