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VYAYAMA

Simple. Beautiful. Sustainable. And it feels like Sunday morning love making and dulce de leche for breakfast. A mix between athleisure and your favorite cashmere sweater, VYAYAMA is an ethically sourced label for the minimalist. Check out their seamless cashmere goodness. And a Tencel paradise in your pants.

Spring/Summer 2016 Uniform

Featuring the Everlane white silk blouse everybody needs. Or look for white shirt inspiration here. Vintage denim is better found at vintage shops, but if you need to buy, these Levi’s high-rise skinny are it, or how about a pair ethically made in USA?  A Gold E

Cruelty-free and sustainable bridesmaids clothes

Say Goodbye to Bridesmaids Dresses

  Have you ever had to buy a bridesmaid dress for a wedding? Have you worn it since? Annaborgia believes that buying a dress to wear once is not only wasteful, but unnecessary. “…it’s simply not sustainable nor is it a wise economic investment. With Annaborgia,

Fonnesbech AQUIFEX SUIT JACKET featured

Dreaming in Green

Since 2013, Rêve En Vert has been at the forefront of the sustainable fashion industry offering carefully selected apparel and accessories for the eco luxury obsessed. The online retailer based in London sells garments from designers and brands that comply with its ethical standards: quality, respect

London Ethnic

Sustainable Fashion Events this Season

Sustainable fashion is still pretty absent in mainstream fashion weeks, luckily, there is the non-mainstream rest of us. Here are the sustainable fashion events I have my eye on right now. Positive Week 2015 Positive Luxury is hosting another edition of Positive Week this year during 19-23 October 2015

Sustainable Fashion Updates September 2015 | Discoveries in the world of sustainable and ethical fashion

Sustainable Fashion Finds September 2015

The sustainable fashion scene still seems to me a very small niche market in the US, an indie infatuation and still struggling greatly to become more mainstream, which I doubt will really happen. Still, the various creative efforts many companies are making are appreciated and,