Stories from the road

i61 Giving Story - Syrian & Iraqi Refugees

i61 Giving Story - Syrian & Iraqi Refugees

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Our second festive 'Giving Story' involves a close friend of ours travelling to Jordan and Lebanon to visit Iraqi and Syrian refugees with the organisation 'Global Hope Network International' (GHNI).

The ten day trip gave an incredible opportunity for Emily to go and hear stories first hand, and learn from those working on the ground in the heart of the refugee crisis, starting in Jordan, Amman then travelling to Beirut and the Bekka Valley in Lebanon.

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Emily with an...

i61 Giving Story - Vulnerable Women

i61 Giving Story - Vulnerable Women

 i61 Clothing Giving Story with Tamar

It's November and Christmas is now within our sights. With giving at the core of i61 clothing - we are excited to share with you some of the ways we are showing love as an action through acts of giving throughout this festive season. 

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Our first stop is with a wonderful London based volunteer charity called Tamar. Tamar is focused on reaching out to vulnerable women working in the sex trade...

i61 Road Trip Adventures.

i61 Road Trip Adventures.

Autumn is here, and we are looking back over a busy few months at i61. We don't know about you, but many of our highlights include travel and road trips across the country. There is nothing like setting off to discover somewhere new, and draw inspiration from a fresh environment.

Back with the hotter days of the summer we were glad to escape to the sea with a welcome break in Salcombe on the south west coast of England. As city dwellers we need fresh sea air every once in a while,...

Behind the scenes // Festival Shoot

We had the best day out shooting our festival style campaign in a local London park, with a wonderful group of friends showcasing our current i61 summer collection.

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World Refugee Day // Stories from the Road

Very few people will be able to forget the images that sent shockwaves around the world. A young boy, escaping war-torn Syria, where he had been born five years earlier,