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Could 3D printed leather produce cruelty-free faux leather goods?
I have a new favorite organic fashion obsession: organic cotton dresses from Synergy Clothing!
Orsola de Castro and Filippo Ricci, founders of Reclaim To Wear, have collaborated with Topshop in a second capsule collection of up-cycled pieces featuring a printed floral theme for the summer season. Topshop seeks to fuse style and sustainability in this partnership. The company website states, “We’re giving a new lease of life to some of the disregarded prints of […]
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!
Yes, I am sometimes called an eco-bag lady. From the seemingly endless variety of re-usuable shopping bags to my fun collection of purses and accessories made from up-cycled and sustainable materials.
Searching for that perfect sweater for your mother, or those great shoes for your sister – all while trying to support ethical fashion? The Ethical Fashion Forum rates ethical criteria according to 28 different unique categories, and rates each brand, designer and shop in their database accordingly. The categories range from animal friendly, biodiversity and carbon neutral to supporting communities, supporting women and fair trade cotton, among others.
The leaves around here are starting to change, and it’s time to pull out those boots and tights and get bundled up for FALL! You don’t have to hit the big box store to stock up on scarves and sweaters. Instead, you add some handmade love to your fall style this year and do something good for the planet while you support some handmade artists at the same time!
Is it possible to have a closet full of leather and still call yourself an animal lover? The answer may soon be yes! According to recent news reports, laboratory-grown leather could be commercially available in five years—and lab-grown meat won’t be far behind.
What if your t-shirt could help fight pollution? A new laundry additive called CatClo could help your wardrobe clean the air as you go about your day to day!
How can fashion help women live better lives? It’s all about voting with our dollars. When you shop at the big box store, you’re voting for mass-produced items, sweatshop labor, and often questionable materials. Instead, you can shop at companies that are making a difference, like The Nakate Project.
Looking for “humane and haute” accessories for fall—minus the hefty price tag that typically accompanies designer originals? Entrepreneur, author, and PETA poster girl Cornelia Guest to the rescue!
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!
Designer Joan Vorderbruggen is a multi-talented lady. When she’s not creating beautiful shop window displays from reclaimed materials, she’s sewing up stunning dresses out of vintage slips.
Rocking a new trend or fad can be hard to do while remaining true to staying eco-friendly.The colored jeans trend gets eco-friendly with sustainable practices, natural dying processes, and natural materials.
When I was a kid, a down comforter was just a given in our house. Down is cozy. It’s soft. It’s like sleeping under a cloud, isn’t it? You might not rest so comfortably knowing how those feathers get from the bird to your bed.
The trouble with conventional leggings is that they’re not so eco-friendly and chances are they were made in a a sweatshop. Boo on that! Luckily, Etsian Print Farm Apparel is making organic leggings in super cute prints!
Here are five pieces, from top to bottom, of eco-friendly workout gear you’ll love to sweat in!
The Nothing New Resolution begins with the underwear!
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.