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  • Designer Spotlight: Daniel Silverstein

    By Shana Levy McCracken | Men

    It was election day in the U.S., and Daniel Silverstein and I were both happy to have something to distract us from the news. Instead we were talking about our favorite subject: Zero Waste Fashion. Daniel’s natural charm is enhanced by the fact tha...


  • Lust List: ILIA Silken Shadow Sticks

    By Kate | Beauty

    This is an unsolicited, unpaid review. I discovered the product on a recent stop at The Detox Market in LA, fell in love and followed up with Sasha for more details. Vancouver-born, LA-based Sasha Plavsic launched Ilia Beauty as a collection of s...


  • Material Matter: Why GOTS Delivers Sustainability

    By Brittany DiBenedetto | Material Matter

    The following article is courtesy of The Sustainable Angle, a not for profit organisation initiating and supporting projects that contribute to minimizing environmental degradation, while helping businesses and individuals make informed decisions wh...


  • Sustainable Seaweed Collection: Nienke Hoogvliet

    By Valerie Hutterer | Living

    For Dutch designer Nienke Hoogvliet it all started with SEA ME: A rug made of sea algae yarn, knotted by hand in an old fishing net. Capturing the contrast between the polluting plastic waste issues and the beautiful things the sea has to offer....


  • Atelier & Repairs Writes New Stories for Old Clothes

    By Shana Levy McCracken | Men

    Los Angeles/London-based Atelier & Repairs is an emerging business and disruptive force in the fashion industry, aiming to slow down the rate of production and of waste. I recently sat down with company founder and industry veteran Maurizio Donad...


  • Material Matter: Re-Engineered Wool

    By Brittany DiBenedetto | Material Matter

    A collaboration from Italian textile producers has created a transparent supply chain for re-engineered wool; providing a high quality material for premium brands while keeping conscience production practices in mind. Just outside the infamous Flo...


  • Changemaker: Marie Veronique Nadeau

    By Staff | Changemaker

    Marie-Veronique Nadeau is a chemist who founded Marie Veronique in 2002. An inventor at heart who suffered from teenage acne, she was moved to create her own products when she could find nothing on the market that was clean and effective to address h...


  • Saint Basics: The Netherlands' "Most Sustainable Brand"

    By Valerie Hutterer | Men

    Doing something good for yourself and the world around you can be as easy as … putting on your underwear! Sustainability is long past the image of tree huggers and hippies. Sustainability is hip and sexy. But is sexy also sustainable? The Dutch bra...


  • How to Dress Like a Parisian – the Ethical Way

    By Valerie Hutterer | Women

    Books, stories, blogs are written and movies are shot, about the style of the Parisian woman. There's something about the idea of never have the pressure to look perfect but always pretend to be - that makes French style so alluring. When we think...