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What’s more iconic than a pair of really cool Nike shoes? Not much. The brand has maintained its posture in the vast array of footwear over the decades, and continues to clean up its act when it comes to sweatshops and sustainability issues. Now, French artist Christophe Guinet aka “Mr. Plant” has taken Nike shoes to another realm of coolness.
Kering – the parent company that owns brands like Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Puma – is sponsoring a grant for sustainable fashion at the London College of Fashion.
When a frigid wind blows through the air, I most want three things: a hot cup of coffee, a soft blanket, and my coziest sweatshirt. (And if I could get a fourth thing – one purring cat, please.) When it starts getting dark earlier and the leaves rustle in the wind, it just kind of […]
No animals were harmed in the making of these stylish vegan coats.
Zoe Cleary,co-founder of Nisolo, talks shoes, sustainability + her Nashville startup…
Made in USA Be Packs sponsor education for African students…
Mitscoots helps homeless get up on their feet with motto: Get, Give, Employ.
U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A! If you’re feeling patriotic with the World Cup tournament and 4th of July, you’re going to want to hear about SustainU. SustainU is a 100% recycled fiber Made in USA t-shirt company that opened in Morgantown, W.Va. about five years ago. The shirts are manufactured in North Carolina and are budget-friendly, starting […]
Kate O’Riley, owner of Line and Label, celebrates first anniversary of her hand-made, high fashion boutique in New York City…
Adidas committed to removing hazardous chemicals from its products back in 2011. Last week the company began making good on its promise of an Adidas detox.
Greenpeace is asking Adidas to #detox its products, and you can help with just a tweet today.
As if sweatshop labor wasn’t bad enough, a New York woman’s discovery in her Saks 5th Avenue shopping bag revealed American goods produced using forced prison labor in China.
I’m a long-time fan of Synergy Organic Clothing, and I was thrilled when they offered to send me a dress from their new line to review!
A new report revealed that even luxury clothing brands contain toxic chemicals. So how do we make sure there isn’t toxic clothing in our closets?
Stefani teamed with 7 for All Mankind founder, Michael Glasser, to create a Design With Purpose line out this Spring.
Cropped jackets are going to be one of the hot spring 2014 fashion trends. Here’s how to stay on-trend in organic style!
Picture from Twitter account @EthicalFashionF. The Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF) announced the winners of the SOURCE Awards 2013 in London. The SOURCE Awards put the spotlight on the most innovative and inspirational businesses, individuals and initiatives in the fashion industry, from field to final product. Winners were selected by an illustrious judging panel, including: Dolly Jones, […]
Vancouver local label Fate announces sustainable fashion line, featuring up-cycled vintage clothing and garments made from surplus material. FATE announced the launch of its first sustainably designed fashion collection this week. The collection features up-cycled vintage and garments made from surplus material, made locally in Vancouver. FATE, formerly FATE Vintage, began as a curated vintage line, sold […]
10 Leading Collaborations between Fashion Companies and Artisan Collaborations from the Developing World.