The Gift of Goodness.

The antidote to a year filled with division, fear and bigotry? Choosing stylish gifts that promote togetherness, hope and equality this Christmas.

Gather&See, the online ethical fashion retailer is once again launching its Gift of Goodness campaign.

The online store will be offering customers a selection of the very best ethically and sustainably produced gifts. From fair trade hand woven alpaca scarves at A Peace Treaty to recycled gold and silver jewellery at British based Barocco and eco-friendly lingerie from Woron, this years collection is full of unique and thoughtful ideas for a more conscious Christmas gift. 

In addition, for the first time this year Gather&See will be supporting Help Refugees, the grass-roots humanitarian organization providing aid to refugees in Europe. Gather&See will be stocking Help Refugee’s Katherine Hamnett designed ‘CHOOSE LOVE’ organic cotton T-shirts with all proceeds going back to Help Refugees.

In times of uncertainty Christmas provides a chance to take stock and think about how we can all work towards a better future. Shopping ethically this Christmas is a good way to start.

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Himalayan Pink Bath Salts, Nathalie Bond Organics at Gather&See, £18.50

Himalayan Pink Bath Salts, Nathalie Bond Organics at Gather&See, £18.50

Walnut Necklace by Barocco at Gather&See, £100

Walnut Necklace by Barocco at Gather&See, £100

Vegan Brave Bag Pack by Matt&Nat at Gather&See, £98

Vegan Brave Bag Pack by Matt&Nat at Gather&See, £98

Krishna Alpaca Scarf by A Peace Treaty at Gather&See, £435

Krishna Alpaca Scarf by A Peace Treaty at Gather&See, £435

Choose Love T-Shirt by Help Refugees, £19 (All Proceeds to Help Refugees)

Choose Love T-Shirt by Help Refugees, £19 (All Proceeds to Help Refugees)

Aletha Baby Alpaca Scarf by A Peace Treaty at Gather&See, £435

Aletha Baby Alpaca Scarf by A Peace Treaty at Gather&See, £435