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  • Boutique of the Week: Me to We store

    By Melissa | Women

    If you haven’t heard of a We Day and think a Kielburger could potentially be a lunch option, allow me to share with you an organization that is out to change the world. Me to We is a social enterprise that creates and offers lifestyle experiences -...


  • Changemakers: Jelena Pticek and Karen Carrillo

    By Melissa | Changemaker

    Changemaker is our series that highlights some really amazing work that is fueled by a passion and desire to change the world through sustainable efforts. Freedom Clothing Collective is a co-op store in Toronto that sells and supports local fashion,...


  • Authentic African made, African inspired shirts on-trend in East London

    By Staff | Women

    Five Reasons Why You Need One Of These Amazing Shirts |  via Grazia Fashion Not heard of The African Shirt Company yet? You soon will. It launched just five months ago – yet the company, founded by Joan Hughes and Lindi Clause-Campbel...


  • Vegan cosmetics and skin care - Gabriel Cosmetics and ZuZu Luxe

    By Julie | Beauty

    I love Gabriel Cosmetics! In a world where make up is essentially an accessory, I wanted to make sure mine was both cruelty free and packaged in a way that didn't hurt the environment. All Gabriel Cosmetics products are cruelty free and certified...


  • Lapàporter’s stylish accessories from naturally dyed fish skin

    By Silke | Women

    Lapàporter's elegant range of leather accessories for smartphones, tablets and laptops is handmade in Berlin. Ilka Brand, sole owner and designer offers various collections, which come in an abundance of leathers and colors. Her unique accessorie...


  • Ishinomaki Laboratory - a studio for recovery from the Japanese tsunami

    By Aya | Living

    A large number of people in east Japan, especially residents in the seaside towns who suffered from the tsunami, lost family, friends and homes on March 11th, 2011. After the disaster, great efforts of reconstruction were made by locals and with help...


  • 5 things to do to keep your old clothes out of the landfill

    By Kate | News

    There are enough clothes on the planet to clothe our 7 billion people for years to come. But as the seasons are changing and as you are wading through your wardrobe you might be wondering - what to do with the clothes you no longer want or need. Here...


  • France reigns supreme in the recycling of textiles

    By Kamila | News

    PARIS - Only 8% of textiles and shoes in France end up in the landfill. Compared to 31% in the United Kingdom, France is doing extremely well. How is France leading in the efficiency of textile recycling? Research shows a long history of charity and...


  • PACT - sticking to the basics and making positive change

    By Kate | Men

    Started in 2009 by two social entrepreneurs, PACT is obsessed with a BIG idea: clothes that make the world a better place. Socks with soul, altruistic underwear, and other everyday essentials made with fabrics that feel good and go easy on the enviro...


  • The summer sandal with style and a great story

    By Melissa | Women

    Rio de Janeiro- the sartorial home of flip-flops and world-known brands like Havaianas and iPANEMA (Gisele Bundchen's line)- has forever imprinted this summer staple in our lives and now brings us another by way of Marlandia. For those living in t...