Staff's Posts


  • SOURCE Awards- Last Chance to Apply

    By Staff | Women

      GAIN PROFILE AND RECOGNITION FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR INITIATIVE LAST CHANCE TO APPLY: APPLICATIONS CLOSE 6PM GMT TOMORROW, TUESDAY 31ST JULY  You are invited to apply for the SOURCE Awards: The Global Awards for Sustainable Fashion. I...


  • Custo Barcelona gets eco-friendly remodel

    By Staff | News

    Custo Barcelona has been dabbling in sustainability for the last few years, adding eco-friendly elements to some aspects of their successful, global line. They have now opened an 'eco-sustainable' store in the La Maquinista shopping mall in Barce...


  • A Journey of a Dress - a video

    By Staff | News

    We stumbled on this video on theurbn.com (URBANTIMES) an online magazine dedicated to optimistic forward-thinking (we contribute to their growing eco-fashion coverage). More than a Price Tag is the final year degree project of Dearbhla Kelly. Th...


  • Special Report: Made in Japan, sold in Harajuku

    By Staff | News

    Against the relentless rise of fast fashion and an influx of soulless knockoffs now flooding the Harajuku fashion market, it is hard to see a future for the individual creative brands that used to personify the area. Taking a stand against this t...


  • The skinny on trashing textiles

    By Staff | News

    Our friends at USAgain (pronounced “use-again”) estimate that 11 million tons of clothing end up in landfills each year (and this is only for America). Their infographic, aimed at getting consumers to rethink how they dispose of textiles, comes...


  • Special Report: portable, biodegradable cutlery

    By Staff | News

    Forgot to grab some fork with that salad, no worries if you have the Credit Card Cutlery sitting in your wallet, ready to dig into some greens! The idea behind this flat-pack fork was simple, to design a disposable cutlery that can be packed and...


  • Special Report: Maki Oh, made in Nigeria

    By Staff | News

    “It’s sad that we allow cultures to die,” Maki Oh designer Amaka Osakwe says. “What the world thinks is African print is [actually] from Holland.” But the topsy-turvy reality that so many of the fabrics thought to be traditional A...


  • Wanderlust: yoga, music, nature

    By Staff | Sponsored Listings

    Wanderlust, the world's fastest growing yoga and music festival, will be kicking off another year starting in Vermont at Stratton Mountain Resort next week, and Magnifeco.com will be there. Timberland, the Official Greening and Hiking Spons...


  • Special Report: Michelle Pfeiffer a Vegan

    By Staff | News

    . Michelle Pfeiffer talks to CNN about her new vegan diet and why she made the switch for health reasons A long list of celebs have made the switch to a vegan diet due to concerns for their health. The documentary “Forks Over Knives” has p...