We don’t talk about men’s clothing a lot around here, but dudes deserve good-looking clothes with a conscience, too! A new brand – Dirtball Fashion – makes men’s clothing from recycled fabric and plastic water bottles.
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In 2014 it’s easy to go to any store and buy a product that is mass produced and uniform in style. With no character to differentiate one from the next, it’s simple to find things that are perfect to the point of boring. That is why I am so enchanted with handmade artwork. When we buy handmade, […]
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 […]
The UK Campaign for Wool touts that Wool is Green, but how green is wool, when we follow it from farm to fabric?
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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.
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Project JUST, an ethical fashion initiative, is launched. Co-founder Natalie Grillon discusses her social enterprise goals.
Next time you have clothing items to sell, give thredUP a try…
Greenpeace is asking Adidas to #detox its products, and you can help with just a tweet today.
Fashion + sustainable events during the week of June 2. Keep posted for updates from San Diego and New York City.
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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.