Clothing

…and we’re back

A lot has happened in the past six years. We’ve moved to sunny Los Angeles, taken on new work and life adventures, shopped a ton on Etsy. And now we’re back. We can’t wait to cover emerging sustainable brands and revisit some of our favorites from the past to see how they’ve evolved. So…bookmark us […]

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Clothing

Future:Standard

Meet Future:Standard, a new online clothing store for women.  Based in San Diego, CA they get a lot of their clothing from LA based designers in order to reduce transportation impact – local fashion!  They also have a “pre-loved” box and no extra packaging policy.  With an eye on always making business practices greener, they’re […]

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Clothing

Sittella by Althea Harper

In an effort to be environmentally conscious, New York fashion designer Althea Harper has created her Sittella clothing line using bamboo as an Earth-friendly and inexpensive replacement for silk. Providing a natural element to fashion design, this material is biodegradable, not genetically modified or treated with chemical-based pesticides and serves as a sustainable resource to the environment as […]

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Accessories, Clothing

Stewart & Brown Winter 2010 Collection

Check out our interview with Stewart Brown‘s head stylist Wyatt Hough on what-to-wear this season from Stewart & Brown! S&S: What’s your favorite piece of this F/W 2010 collection? WH:  I love the versatility and touch of the Clara Wrap Vest. It can be be worn year-round next to the body over a pima essential while under your winter […]

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Clothing

The Square Project

Tara St James, the New York-based eco fashion designer, is branching out on her own to launch Study NY, the creative collective which she heads.  Tara will be producing a small collection of sustainable clothing within the collective, which will also be producing jewelry, graphic design, photography, music, video and fine art, all with the […]

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