#DrinkDifferently With The Guardian

#DrinkDifferently With The Guardian

A brief history of flotsam and jetsam

Finnish brand The Other Danish Guy reckons its new range of pants might just save the world. By using a fabric called Smoothshell, made from salvaged ocean flotsam and jetsam, including discarded fishing nets, they are helping to clean up the seas, but are also sending a message to the fashion world to use more sustainable materials. Ocean Discovery underwear £30

Little gems

Ladurée has collaborated with magical jewellery designer Solange Azagury-Partridge to create a box of sweet delights that contains an exclusive chocolate orange "Solangette" macaron. Solange pour Ladurée £21

Worth a shot

Himalayan salt shots -  you fill them with tequila, and down them fast. Hangover not included. Himalayan salt shots £25 for four, root7.com

Open and shut case

Wedgie, a company that supports people in rural Sri Lankan communities, sells doorstops that look like Karl Lagerfeld, David Bowie and Cher - ie doorstops depicting people who are anything but. Wedgies £12.50

Baby, you're the best

Ethical British kids brand Tootsa has just launched a babywear collection, all made from 100% organic cotton. We love the graphic bear and owl prints. Tootsa Tots from £19

Good to go

Their familiar backpack has remained unchanged since 1978. And it's now been officially classified as a piece of art by the Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts. To celebrate, it has jazzed up the webbing, which is rather nice. From £75

Original article can be found here.