Ever want to know what other people look for when they shop? What they check out on the label? What styles they like? Favourite Colours? Materials? Values? Well, we are curious cats too!  That is why we are excited to launch our new 'Curated By...' series!  Each month we'll be interviewing someone special to get a sneak peek into their favourite pieces on Mamoq and why. 

Georgina Wilson-Powell, Founder of Pebble


We are honoured to have Georgina Wilson-Powell, founder of pebble, kick off our first series! Georgina has been an editor for 15 years and now runs the fast-growing digital magazine for a stylish, sustainable life. pebble covers everything from fashion and food to travel, all with an ethical edge.

In her words, she shares her Mamoq favourites:

Pocket-Monkey Tank Top by Kipepeo 

Bring a touch of Africa to your summer wardrobe. I'm all about easy to wear, versatile clothes that won't date. This super soft organic cotton black tank top from Kipepeo comes with a cute 'pocket-monkey'. It will soon become a weekend favourite, dress it up with a sharp blazer, or down with leggings.


Chisomo Maxi Skirt by Mayamiko

I love the bold patterns and colours on this flattering mid-length skirt. It's been cleverly cut (using ethically sourced cotton) and has an elasticated waist (hello, Sunday brunch...). It's a proper statement piece that you can build endless outfits around - for proper, slow fashion that will last you a lifetime.


#033 Make-Up Bag by Veryan

I love this neutral looking make up bag, who wants pink and girly when you're a grown woman. London based Veryan make everything from natural materials and make products to order so there's no waste. This make up bag is made from an Oeko-tex certified linen shell and organic cotton lining. I wouldn't be embarrassed if this fell out of my bag.


Organic Yves Trouser by KEMP GADEGÅRD

Those in the fashion know are saying trends are out and personal style is in. Well these gorgeous navy trousers from KEMP GADEGÅRD are all about timeless style, good news really that they're made to last. Ethical fashion has previously been short on everyday workwear and smart casual wear, but no more. Now you can support sustainable brands no matter how smart-cas you're being.