Designer spotlight: Montreal-based Noujica

Noujica is the collaboration of printed textile design artist Catherine Cournoyer and glass artist Jinny Levesque. Together they create sustainable and unique handmade accessories that integrate screen printing, glass work, drawing and sewing. Based in Quebec, Montreal, they are committed…


Lavuk plants a tree for each garment sold

We love brands that use eco-friendly, sustainable fabrics and design processes, but Los Angeles-based label Lavuk takes things one step further: for every garment sold, a tree is planted through American Forests as part of the California Wildlife ReLeaf program….


Eco-chic beach bags from Mar y Sol

Head to the beach in style this summer with one of Mar y Sol's fun beach bags. Not only are they on-trend, these bags give us something to feel good about. Mar y Sol collaborates with artists in New York…


Chic Australian styles from Mother Maria

Australian designer Katie Gannon of Mother Maria is inspired by her love of vintage clothing, which she has shopped for since she was a teenager. In 2002, Gannon launched her own collection, featuring vintage fabrics, retro prints, and bold colors…


Sublet eco-friendly clothing

The designers of Sublet, an eco-friendly clothing line based in New York, actually met on Craigslist in 2005. As roommates, they became friends and eventually business partners, they were inspired to launch their collection. Sublet consists of sustainable clothing inspired…


Green Fashion Is Not Just for Tree Huggers Anymore

The earth friendly movement is sweeping the nation – cars, homes, even an entire TV station, everything is getting the green makeover, and fashion is no exception. What does Green mean, in terms of fashion? Well, organic fabrics, recycled…


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