[ethical] minimalism packs a punch in these wardrobe classics by @everlane & @palaeyewear

Looking to step up your sock game? Look no further than @consciousstep. I LOVE how this company marries the public’s need for fun looking socks with social justice and sustainability. Conscious step designs socks with a cause. One design might be to fight poverty while another protects our oceans. Give books or fight malaria. The... Continue Reading →

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 →

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