The Most Sustainable Way To Buy Clothes

  Second Hand September is over, but that doesn't mean that we should go back to our old habits of buying new. Textile waste is a big problem in the fashion industry. Doesn't matter if we are talking about leftover materials or clothing that's never even seen store shelves and end up on the landfills... Continue Reading →

Best Fair Trade Brands

Fair Trade Month aims to raise awareness of the reasons fair trade is important, and to promote buying and using socially and commercially sustainable, fair trade products in place of commodities which may harm the environment, the economy, communities and disadvantaged individuals. (Original Source: Fair Trade Month) Fair Trade Month is taking place in October. That's... Continue Reading →

Tips For More Sustainable Wardrobe

Wash Your Clothes Less and Avoid the Tumble Drier My top tips for becoming a more sustainable consumer are to wash your clothes less— research by the Energy Saving Trust has shown that laundering accounts for 60–80% of a garment's total environmental impact, so you can significantly reduce your impact even by washing your clothes... Continue Reading →

Gaia & Dubos

  Gaia & Dubos is a sustainable luxury womenswear brand in Quebec, Canada. It got its name after Goddess Gaia and René Dubos. In Greek mythology, Gaia is the goddess of the Earth. At Gaia & Dubos, she symbolizes respect and equity towards environment and humanity, the core values of the brand. René Dubos was... Continue Reading →

Angela Roi – Luxury Vegan Handbags

    Created on the foundation of kindness, values and love, Angela Roi is an ethical luxury handbag brand in New York. Guided by Angela’s vision of modern classic designs and under Roi’s innovative approach for carving a niche for the brand, this young and cherished brand has thrived since 2013. Brought to existence for... Continue Reading →

Elvis & Kresse – Master of Upcycling and Zero Waste

    Elvis & Kresse is an accessories brand for men and women. They make bags, wallets, belts, purses, home goods, and much more. Since 2005 they have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories and donating 50% of profits back to charities. They dream of a time without landfill, when everything... Continue Reading →

G-Star Raw – Sustainable Denim

  G-Star Raw is a denim brand from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, that has made its mission to become sustainable in every field of their production. That includes the materials they're sourcing, dyes, production methods, waste, and safe and fair working conditions in their factories. G-Star is focused on the innovation of denim. When they design,... Continue Reading →

Baserange

    Baserange is underpinned by a strong belief that sustainable products should not be a luxury. This philosophy has led to the affordable pricing of the label. Founded in 2012, Baserange is a line of modern basics with an emphasis on clean lines and easy silhouettes. Baserange believes that a commitment to clean production... Continue Reading →

AG Jeans – Godfather of Denim

  AG Jeans (Adriano Goldschmied) was launched in 2000 by Yul Ku, a pioneer in the denim industry. While their DNA is rooted in denim, AG's evolution from an exclusively premium denim brand to a contemporary lifestyle brand began in 2008 when Samuel Ku, son of Yul Ku, took over as the brand's Creative Director.... Continue Reading →

A Peace Treaty

A Peace Treaty   A Peace Treaty, founded by Dana Arbib, sees itself as champions for slow fashion and preservationists of centuries-old techniques. So far, they have worked with artisan groups across ten countries to produce their exclusive collections. Their custom handmade pieces embrace rich color and print, are lively and bold, soft and luxurious.... Continue Reading →

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