Browsing the "green" Tag

Eco Style Q + A: Team FGS at Your Service

October 23rd, 2013 | by Liz Thompson

Have questions? We have answers. Our experts at Feelgood Style would be happy to respond to any questions you have on living a clean lifestyle. Whether beauty, fashion, diet or home, we can help you out

Offset Warehouse: Your Resource for Sustainable Textiles and Eco-Fabrics

June 21st, 2013 | by Shanley Knox

When it comes to sourcing eco, fabrics are still being produced in relatively small quantities. Finding sustainable textiles can a huge amount of time and research. Offset Warehouse wants the whole world to buy ethically, so their company has set out to make it easy by doing all the sourcing for you!

How Aspirin Can Help Your Skin

June 15th, 2013 | by Chris Keenan

Pure aspirin tablets contain salicylic acid which is useful for treating inflamed skin and clogged pores. You can easily create your own aspirin facial scrub to treat blemishes with just one aspirin tablet

Meet the FGS Team

April 12th, 2013 | by Liz Thompson

The Feelgood Style team is well rounded and diverse, bringing many different angles to the scope of our site. Meet the team

Q & A with Alison Causer: Green Interior Design in New York City

June 5th, 2012 | by Shanley Knox

Alison currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and focuses on environmentally responsible work with interior spaces in New York City. You can imagine my excitement when Alison agreed to chat with me about green design, a topic that is just now finally coming to the forefront of the industry.

Badger: Healthy Body Care on the Go

March 2nd, 2012 | by Shanley Knox

Looking for products that you can easily take on the go, without harming your body? Badger has an all natural solutions for the next time you hit the ground running. Here's what I found out about their products on a three week road trip along the West Coast

Jes MaHarry: Bringing Awareness to the Earth through Design

January 31st, 2012 | by Shanley Knox

Jes MaHarry's designs have been featured in publications like Robert Redford's Sundance catalog, and appealed to celebrities and artists worldwide. But Jes credits all of her success to her dedication to the environment, her commitment to green design and her jewelry's celebration of life itself.

Ugandan Cow Horn as a Green Product

January 3rd, 2012 | by Shanley Knox

Nakate is a business dedicated to helping underprivileged women through bringing their eco-friendly handmade goods to the high fashion market. Surprisingly, we've found just what we're looking for in jewelry made from the horns of an East African breed of cattle called the Ankole Watusi

Greenpeace Connects Italy’s Fashion Industry to Deforestation

October 25th, 2011 | by Shanley Knox

Bologna, Italy is host to Linea Pelle, one of the world's largest leather industry fairs. But the city recently hosted very different kind of fashion event. In order to expose the leather industry's connection to deforestation in the Amazon, Greenpeace staged a Bologna fashion show with Italian top models that educated attendees on the crisis in the Amazon, and featured a backdrop with the text "Salvati la pelle," or "Save your skin/leather."

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