Is this the year you’ll trade in fast-fashion for the more sustainable secondhand market? It’s never been easier – or cooler – to dive in. Here’s how.
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Long-time partners in the fight against climate change, Adidas and Stella McCartney have furthered their innovation in eco fashion with a vegan spider-style silk which has enabled their creation of a Biofabric tennis dress.
Kestrel Jenkins McGill is a conscious style maven who believes in the power of storytelling. She is the host and producer of the Conscious Chatter podcast, an inclusive audio space that opens the door to conversations about our clothing + the layers of stories, meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear.
Laura is a freelance writer and a slow fashion blogger for The Green Edition. Originally from Scotland, she now lives in Berlin, Germany with her husband and two miniature schnauzers. When she isn’t writing, she can often be found in nature or browsing a local secondhand shop.
The ultimate summer wardrobe looks fabulous, feels comfortable, and is environmentally friendly. Sound like a tall order? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered (literally).
The true challenge of dressing the summertime – how do you leave the house feeling comfortable while also looking stylish? Add the question of sustainability into the mix and it can feel like an impossible feat – which is where we come in.
We’re big advocates for venturing outdoors and indulging in the joys of nature – and for obvious reasons, summer is a prime time to do just that.
Moisturizer, face wash, shampoo – most of us have a daily routine designed to treat our hair and skin right, using products that will provide gentle nourishment. Luckily, the shelves are full of products that are ‘organic’, ‘non-toxic’, ‘natural’, and ‘green’ – but are these buzz words actually disguising a cocktail of chemicals?