When Gordon started talking to her audience about the issue of accessibility within ethical fashion, she was inundated. “I had lots of people messaging saying, ‘I want to shop more ethically but fast fashion shops are the only places that cater to my size’.” She decided to take action and create a Facebook group called Plus Size UK BST (buy, sell, trade). “I wanted to create a space specifically for plus-size women that want to be more mindful of their impact on the environment and other human beings,” she explained. Since launching a month ago, the group has grown to nearly 500 women who are selling pieces and putting out requests for items they’re struggling to find in their size. It’s a friendly and supportive space which champions slow fashion and allows women to support other women as opposed to large (and often unethical) corporations.