We’ve previously written on the importance of embracing enduring trends, and fortunately the fall 2015 must haves of the season can fit into your “enduring” wardrobe seamlessly. See below for a roundup of some newer trends for the season, with some continuing trends that we may still see going into spring!
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What happens to the leftover slaughterhouse scraps that are unfit for human consumption? Apparently there’s a new process where those waste products can be made into wool! Creepy or cool? You decide!
A look at how choosing Fair Trade fashion helps promote education for girls in developing countries.
In this post on Planet Save, Zachary Shahan talks about an awesome company that makes eco-friendly backpacks out of recycled materials. Oh, and it was founded by a sixteen year old!
Cute, trendy sustainable clothes can be hard to come by, but some sustainable fashion collections are easier to find than you might think! Recently, eco-friendly fashion has become slightly more popular, and a lot of big-name brands (think: H&M, Topshop, Zara) are jumping on the trend.
Enduring fashion trends are great for sustainability, since they work against the fast fashion mentality. Fast fashion is build on high turnover. So consumers can buy the trends they want, sacrificing quality for a low price, but the trends change fast enough that it doesn’t matter.
I definitely love a good old jeans DIY, especially one that helps other people! In this post from Crafting a Green World, Julie Finn talks about how you can help Ugandan children by using your old jeans in one of the most fun, altruistic craft projects ever!
The newest sustainable fashion product boasts a pretty impressive guarantee- the so-called “30 year sweatshirt” will supposedly last a lifetime, or at least 30 years! The sweatshirt was created by Tom Cridland, a UK native with a major commitment to sustainable fashion. Cridland launched the sweatshirt’s Kickstarter campaign last month, and the product is already […]
In this post from Green Living Ideas, Andrea Bertoli gives some tips on how to create a minimalist wardrobe, and all of the positive side effects that come with this sartorial strategy.
With all the not-so-fun aspects of picking out a new summer swimsuit, it’s helpful to know off-hand what the best swimwear brands are for some eco-friendly summer fun.
In earlier posts, we’ve mentioned the awesome fashion potential of thrift stores. Here’s some of the best thrifting spots in the San Francisco bay area.
Sustainable fashion can be qualified as such through a variety of different means; overall, it involves looking at the garment’s life cycle. Even then, it means different things to different people, since we all prioritize different facets of clothing manufacturing. The goal of sustainable fashion is to bring environmentalism and social responsibility into the […]
Sustainable fashion has a bad reputation for being boring and downright dowdy sometimes, so thankfully there are sustainable fashion brands out there trying to change that!
Stay on-trend without giving up your ethical fashion ideals. Here’s how to do the best summer fashion trends sustainably.
While seemingly very different, there’s a lot yoga can teach us about sustainable fashion, and sustainable living in general. In this post from Green Living Ideas, Scott Cooney breaks its down into three simple lessons that involve changing our priorities to better ground ourselves in personal peace.
While there’s no shortage in choices out there for humane faux leather materials in fashion, there’s some interesting research going on that points to real leather as the next viable sustainable leather alternative. Sound crazy? Read on!
Far from being a frivolous fashion holiday, Fashion Revolution Day on April 24th encouraged fashionistas (and consumers in general) to ask, “who made my clothes?”
Check out our round-up of some of the most well-known celebrity fashion muses for vegan and sustainable fashion!
Fashion sneakers remained an enduring trend on the runways for Spring 2015- here’s why that’s a great thing!
NYFW never disappoints on beauty, glam, and star-spotting. Unfortunately, sustainable fashion is a different story.