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  • 24 Hours in Singapore: The Magnifeco Edit

    By Kate | City Guides

    Singapore is one of those onion cities; from your arrival into Changi’s ultra modern airport, to your time in any of the glossy hotels and shiny malls, it could seem that Singapore is lacking in options that appeal to conscious consumers (or those...


  • Focus Singapore: UNESCO's Creative City of Design

    By Staff | Special Series

    In the 61 years since Singapore claimed independence, the city has become more renowned for food and finance than sustainability or design. But that is about to change. In December 2015, Singapore was designated a UNESCO Creative City of Design, whi...


  • Cashing in on Your Wardrobe: How to Re-Sell Your Clothes Like a Pro

    By Claire Bates | News

    I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, the home of Buffalo Exchange, so re-selling my pre-loved clothing has been a part of my life since my early teenage years. The "Buff" flagship store is located on the edge of the neighborhood where I grew up. As I conti...


  • Peggy Sue Collection Proves Fibershed Potential with "New Label" Prize

    By Staff | Women

    The fashion world shifted last week.  Peggy Sue Deaven-Smiltnieks, a transplanted LA-native, RISD graduate, showed her inaugural, fibershed Peggy Sue Collection, to a packed room of three hundred well-heeled guests –including fashion media, buye...


  • Putting the 'Fair' in Fairy Tale Wedding - My Story

    By Becky Bavinger | Women

    When my husband and I got engaged, we didn’t plan to have a big wedding. But after speaking with both of our families, we ended up having two celebrations: an informal ceremony in New York City (NYC), where we both reside, for our friends and co-wo...


  • Ask Kate: How Can I Buy Ethical Clothing on a Budget?

    By Kate | News

    Dear Kate -  I am a 2nd year student at Messiah College. Lately, I've been concerned about my clothing choices and really want to make more sustainable and ethical choices. However, my budget is pretty limited due to being a student! Do you have any...


  • Earth-friendly fashion with Pitchi

    Presented by Pitchi

    Eco-friendly and sustainable fashion are fast becoming the trend as the world faces a huge problem with impending global warming. While there are products for the fashion and eco-conscious available, not all stores and boutiques offer these options,...


  • Post-Imperial: Heritage Nigerian Textiles for the Modern Man

    By Staff | Men

    Post-Imperial is one of the brands responsible for cultivating a contemporary aesthetic for the African diaspora within menswear. Founded by Niyi Okuboyejo, a Nigerian/American designer based in Harlem, New York. Born in Lagos and raised in Texas, Ni...


  • SOKO: Using Technology to Connect to Ethical Handcrafted Jewelry

    By Staff | Women

    Paying by mobile phone is easier in Kenya then anywhere else in the world.  According to the Economist, over 17m Kenyans use it, equivalent to more than two-thirds of the adult population; and around 25% of the country’s gross national product flo...


  • haute baso: Celebrating the Heritage of Rwandan Artisanship

    By Staff | Women

    Fashion may not be the first thing people think about when they think of Rwanda, but the 'land of a thousand hills' is working to put its emerging fashion scene, complete with Kigali Fashion Week, on the map. Kigali-based fashion, accessory and inter...