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Introducing Eliza ...

I’m Eliza and I’ve just joined the Tamay & Me team, so I thought I’d share a little bit about myself. Most of the time, I’m a student at the University of Bristol studying Psychology with Innovation. This is a course devoted to changing the world by using our academic specialisms in an entrepreneurial way.      Just a couple of years ago I was blissfully unaware of the damage that fast fashion is causing our planet. My wardrobe chopped and changed with the seasons and almost all of my clothes were brand new and from large brands. I was really horrified when I learnt about the pain suffered by both people and planet for my fashion addiction and my...

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Tamay & Me Competition 2020

We have run this competition for two years now and it is a delight to see people all around the world wearing their jackets. We are so happy to be doing it again and to be able to connect during this strange time of Covid-19.    How to enter ? There are 2 options, this year we wanted to be able to open the competition up to people who don't already have a jacket too. Option 1:  -Take a photo of your jacket !  It could be a selfie, styling your jacket in your favourite way? in your fave spot? It could be a your jacket hanging up in a favourite corner of your house.  It could be a photo...

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When things slow down, ideas from Tamay & Me about what to do in self isolation part 1.

Introduction, it's a series, not sure how long for ... It's a difficult time for all of us right now, some people in particular, my heart goes to those who are struggling. For everyone, it is a time of change, for the moment and perhaps for a while? I am going to put some ideas out there for you to stay sane and well and even try to make it feel positive, if just for a moment.  This series is all inspired by Tamay, our Mien half of Tamay & Me. She is a hero, she has always made her own clothes covered in tiny embroidery, she has always grown her own food and she has had it pretty hard...

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