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!
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Fashion sneakers remained an enduring trend on the runways for Spring 2015- here’s why that’s a great thing!
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.
Updating your shoes is super fun and easy with the help of these 15 DIY fashion projects!
There’s an idea that leather shoes are the most eco-friendly, but these beautiful vegan ballet flats prove that you can protect both animals and the planet!
Keep up with spring fashion trends: choose cute booths without the animal cruelty!
Cold weather is upon us, and you know what that means – boot season! Here are five of our favorite sustainable and ethical picks to keep your feet warm, stylish and guilt-free!
Who says that you have to kill a cow to get in on the latest hip fall boot styles? Check out these gorgeous vegan boots for fall.
Do you wear high heels? Stilettos might make you look a bit taller and leaner, but contorting the shape of your feet can damage your health.
Molly Puzo creates beautiful, handmade vegan shoes in her Long Beach, California studio.
We get offered products to review EVERY day — some rather large and expensive things like cars, which are fun reviews, but most are practical, every-day things. We have gotten backed up with a nice bounty of great things we chose to review and play with, and finally spent some time focusing on most of them.
We finally got to talk to one of our Green Diva heroes, the beautiful and inspiring actress, author and activist, Mariel Hemingway. She is one busy lady these days with a documentary about her life as a Hemingway, Running From Crazy, and her new book, The Willing Way and many worthy projects in between.
Calleen Cordero is a Los Angeles based luxury designer of footwear, handbags, belts and accessories, all handcrafted in North Hollywood, CA.
My neighbors had better get ready for me to start raiding their fruit trees, because I think I know where all my grocery money is going this month. I’ve fallen for Beyond Skin and Bourgeois Boheme, two hot new shoe brands created by budding British designer and vegan Sara Owen. Her design philosophy is that […]
Even a humble slip-on, like in the photo above, has a lot of components. When some parts of a shoe are eco-friendly and some are decidedly not, what does that make the finished product? I want to hear from you guys!
So, after Maria’s roundup last week of DIY shoe refashions, have you hit the thrift store for shoes to alter?
If the thing that’s holding you back is the ick factor, ick no more! It might seem gross to wear second hand shoes – especially styles that don’t call for socks – but armed with the right cleaning products, you can wear your thrifted shoes without worrying about picking up some nasty foot fungus. I’ve been wearing second hand shoes for years, even ballet flats, and so far this method has worked for me!
The Nothing New Challenge continues with transforming thrifted shoes using some simple DIY shoe techniques!
The first in our series on earth-friendly and vegan shoes. Seriously – we wouldn’t be green divas if we didn’t love shoes! We recently hooked up with PlanetShoes.com and to our amazement, there is a plentiful variety of not only eco-friendly shoes made from recycled materials, but vegan shoes? Ok, I’m not a vegan virgin, but really vegan shoes?
Raaja Nemani and Aaron Firestein met in a slum in Buenos Aires in 2008. Two years later, the pair launched a shoe business combining three of their passions: comfort, art and at-risk children.
Vegan shoe shopping can be a little bit tricky, and the downside of vegan shoes is that companies also replace leather with vinyl, which is a petroleum product. That’s why I was super-excited to learn about Arcopédico, a company that makes vegan boots with a focus on the eco-friendly!