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HADEDA interview with HAKOPIKE magazine

HADEDA interview with HAKOPIKE magazine

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by artist and creative Amy Braaf for her online magazine, HAKOPIKE. We spoke a bit about my journey with HADEDA, the creative process and the South African slow fashion scene.

Read the article, Laura Ritchie on HADEDA and the Art of Perseverance, here:

https://www.hakopike.com/home/lauraritchie


HADEDA interview with CNSCS sustainable life/style platform

HADEDA interview with CNSCS sustainable life/style platform

I had the privilege of being interviewed by cnscs, an online platform that researches and promotes an inclusive approach to sustainable life/style, about my journey as the owner of HADEDA.

"Laura talks about all things pre-loved, her sourcing process, what she has learnt so far and the trials and tribulations of running your own business."

To read the interview, click on the link below to be taken through to the cnscs blog post:

https://cnscs.home.blog/2020/03/07/people-laura-rose/


HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Chandra Mophethe

HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Chandra Mophethe

Chandra reflected on the changes in our local retail landscape, supporting local brands, decluttering your wardrobe and donating responsibly.


HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Stella Hertantyo

HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Stella Hertantyo

Stella reflected on bringing attention to the garment worker within the fashion industry and the fact that our fashion choices have an impact on garment worker’s lives.

HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Holly Bell Beaton

HADEDA Sunday Reflections with Holly Bell Beaton

Holly Bell reflected on upcycling, the importance of supporting local fashion and the future of the South African fashion industry.