Woke up to this post on LinkedIn this morning which excites me so much, because if WGSN is writing about sustainable fashion, it’s gaining traction! WGSN is a trend prediction service which countless companies rely on due to their reputation. So excited for this fashion collaboration, and our sustainable fashion win ✊🏼

My first and favorite thrifted piece I found overseas 4 years ago, ft beautiful earrings given to me by sister-in-law 💚❤️

In my search for ethical rain boots, I came across a family owned business (119 years and counting) in Canada called Kamik! This company has manufactured all their products sustainably since day 1. 73% of their product is made in North America, they have a shoe recycling program for when your boots are worn out,... Continue Reading →

Cork lasts longer than leather, so I got my grandpa this sustainable option to replace his worn down leather wallet. More facts about cork from @friluk_ltd ・・・ Cork leather is a better alternative to animal leather. It is 100% natural, vegan and sustainable. But you may ask, how is cork leather made? ⠀ ⠀ A... Continue Reading →

Amazed to see tees and jackets printed on @alternativeapparel at my workplace! This LA brand is your one stop shop for sustainable basics, and everything is made locally!

New Yorkers! Look out for a @gapinc pop-up shop this holiday season, which will carry sustainably-made apparel. During the Sustainability at Scale event in SF, one of Gap’s sustainable product developers stated that by 2021, 100% of Gap’s cotton will come from more sustainable sources, a goal they do not take lightly. Their effort also... Continue Reading →

Fast fashion brands such as H&M, The Gap, and Zara are beginning to make an effort and carry sustainable lines. Although the lines are not sustainably perfect (hardly anything is the first time around), I love the effort. Yes, they are still “fast fashion” brands, but if we don’t tell them how much we love... Continue Reading →

I might have to start a new feature on my blog called "what I'm drooling over today" because I'm so amazed by the beautiful goods ethical and sustainable fashion companies are producing! I hope my "drool" posts draw attention to the outer beauty of the product and the inner beauty of the company that produced... Continue Reading →

Starting today, @everlane finally carries denim! I love this note from the founder, explaining why they waited 10 years to carry denim. Made very responsibly and priced fairly, Everlane offers us Japanese denim which holds it shape. What I especially love is their addition of different sized models wearing these jeans. Often, we see women... Continue Reading →

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