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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Emma Watson is a gal we love for many reasons, and she recently announced she’s embracing a cause near and dear to our hearts, and that’s eco-friendly fashion!
I hate to bring up fall when summer isn’t technically over, but one of the things I’m looking forward to most now is the fall jewelry trends that the new season is bringing!
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.
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 there’s no doubt eco-friendly fashion is a growing movement, it can still be a challenge to find eco-conscious clothing. Hopefully this changes in summer 2015, with the launch of Indigo clothing’s Statement Collection.
Earlier this month, Forbes released the 2015 30 Under 30 listing, which included several eco- and ethically-minded fashion-folk.
Join FareShare South West and Bristol Fairtrade for a gala evening of eco-fashion, eco-food, music, recycling and sustainability to officially launch this years sold-out BIG Green Week Festival.
Whether you’re spending the day playing in the sun, or putting your heels on for a warm night out on the town, we’ve got you covered with our top five ethical fashion picks for summer.
Two weeks ago, we had a delightful lunch in Brooklyn with David Dietz, the founder of the newly launched online retailer Modavanti. Italian for “fashion forward,” Modavanti is an online retailer for high-end sustainable fashion. In our Q&A with David, he shares the vision for his new platform – and what we can expect Modavanti to bring to high-end sustainable fashion.
FGS sits down with ethical fashion entrepreneur Ariel Azoff to find out more about about what can help our readers find brands and designers that are holistically sustainable.
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 fashion industry is a multibillion dollar business. Americans alone purchase over 20 billion garments a year. How can our consumer awareness of dwindling resources and increased consumption shift our purchasing power to sustainable solutions?
The only thing better than sustainable development and eco fashion? Eco fashion designers working to support sustainable development. Thanks to Clairvoyant Marketing Agency, Origin Africa and In the Bag – this is exactly the kind of designer that this year’s Hub of Africa Fashion Week is highlighting on the Ethiopian runway.
Timmery Turner says her 1981 jewelry line makes three statements: “I’m here. I’m fun. I’m bold.”
More than that, her pieces are made from items that aren’t usually recycled. Turner makes many of her pieces from toys, and other found objects.
Since its launch in September of 2010, the t-shirt design company TanQ has donated 100% of net profits to a different nonprofit organization each month. Founder Judy Tan chooses causes that she is passionate abouTanQ “do good feel good” tshirts t, as well as those she believes to be in the greatest need of help. The company often ties in with an organization’s annual fund-raising effort. Other times, they select a group based on immediate need.
Model and designer Rachel Mace takes trashion to the next level with her Totally Trashed Fashion collection!