An eco jaunt to Amsteram
Oh the summer holidays, what a wonderful time! This year, due to a fashionistas rendezvous in the Hague I found my self in The Netherlands, for a glorious sustainable city break.
In the Hague I found myself delighted by the offerings of The Vegetarian Butcher and their delicious meat alternatives. The Vegan “chicken” was incredible – what a treat for a meat-missing ethicalista.
We were treated to a plethora of vegetarian eateries, ethical boutiques and 2 different eco hotels too. The Albus hotel, a super luxury lodging in the centre of the city offered us a gloriously tranquil and comfortable place to stay. You know how I love it when a business combines luxury and ethical policy, and The Albus does just that. I’d have done without the trendy coffee machines from well known bad multinational company (we all know who), everything else made for a perfect city break stop over spot.
Read more about the expedition on Ethical Hedonist soon.
As London Fashion Week looms I’ll be holed up in the studio, more news to come with information about all the offerings at the Atelier from next season.
Yours in post holiday / pre fashion week limbo