I love a good look at a penis as much as the next gal, but what the heck were they doing peering out from underneath Rick Owens’ latest fall/winter collection catwalk in Paris?
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Turn down the thermostat, boost your energy efficiency and stay warm during the coldest months with this crazy new sci-fi clothing technology. Scientists have discovered that clothing dipped in a silver nanowire solution (that’s super high-tech insulating stuff) creates a radiation insulation that will keep the wearer so warm, the need for indoor heating may […]
Madrid-based ECOALF is rocking the fashion world by taking sustainable fashion to a whole new level. Javier Goyeneche, the 44-year-old Spanish entrepreneur behind ECOALF, is using trash to create high-end, durable fashion. NPR reports: The company — named after Goyeneche’s first son, Alfredo — was only a concept five years ago, but today, two years […]
In a shocking undercover investigation conducted by PETA Asia (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), dogs were filmed being brutally beaten and then killed by the leather industry for their skin.
It’s the dawn of a new year and that means a time to renew, set goals and live like you mean it. But when it comes to New Year’s resolutions, how often does fashion appear on your list?
The majority of 2014’s major fashion industry campaigns had one thing in common: white girls. Lots of them. There’s nothing inherently wrong with white girls (I’m one myself). After all, we don’t get to choose our race. But the overarching presence of white women in fashion campaigns is very much in line with our nation’s […]
Wool is everywhere. It’s in sweaters, socks, pants, even bedding. But is it an ethical fabric? Or is wool clothing as bad as fur?
One of the biggest steps we can take in slowing climate change’s impact is in reducing our consumption. In a country where the free market is our holiest of religions, that can be a hard thing for many of us to consider, let alone do. Opting for secondhand used items from thrift stores instead of brand new—even if it’s ‘eco’—is better for the environment, plain and simple. But what about when it comes to gifting for the holidays?
If you think your fast fashion addiction is justifiable because you always donate items to secondhand stores whenever you buy new items, guess again. The Huffington Post reports that our fast fashion shopping addictions are taking a toll on secondhand stores. There’s simply too much coming in for these stores to keep up with, reports […]
How many pairs of old jeans are taking up space in your closet? It’s hard to ditch them after serving you so well for so long, but if those old jeans are just taking up prime closet space, there is a better way of living. Really.
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.
Beyoncé certainly doesn’t need to add anything more to her workload, but that hasn’t stopped her before. And it doesn’t seem to be an impediment in her latest endeavor: a fashion line with Topshop. The superstar and the clothing retailer will be launching a line of “athleisure” wear, which in case you’re not a young […]
There are few articles of clothing as cozy, simple or essential to today’s wardrobe than cotton T-shirts. But cotton has a dark side. And according to a new study, there may be few products less sustainable than a cotton T-shirt.
I went a month without eating kale, just to see what it was like.