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The Superfly Women’s Tuxedo Jumpsuit You Need

Just when you thought that you’ve seen every iteration of the women’s tuxedo known to man, Isabell de Hillerin adds this super sexy jumpsuit to the list. Made from angora and virgin wool blend, it has contrasting tuxedo lapels, side pockets,

Last Chance Sales! Sustainable Brand Maven Women Wants You!

Ladies, time is running out! Sustainable brand, Maven Women is in the last stages of its presales.

Maven Women want to dress the working women of the world in a responsible, ethical way. They are committed to moving forward clothing that’s not only thoughtful about people and the planet,

7 Questions for Designer Samy Abdella of Sammy Ethiopia #sustainablefashion (Nolcha Shows Edition)

Sammy Ethiopia, Preserving Ethiopia’s Weaving Tradition

Samy Adbella
Sammy Ethiopia

Our hearts tingle when we hear a story about a designer who is not only looking to create sustainable, handmade products. But a designer who is determined to preserve his country’s long history of weaving,

FLEEPS Is Using Fashion to Change Lives #EthicalFashion

Brands Using Fashion To Change Lives

Anyone that knows me will tell you that I loathe rubber thong flip flops. I cannot understand this country’s obsession with water shoes. Well, that’s what they are. Flip flops were created for the pool and the beach.

Pure Cotton Fabric and Rainwater Make Fabulous Products

Pure Cotton Fabric and Rainwater Make Beautiful Music

The Chicory Skirt by Rant Clothing is made from the subtle Amelia fabric which offsets the white perfectly. It’s made from 100% pure cotton fabric that is pre-washed in rainwater in their studio.

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@AntarPenguin Launches New Social Initiative in Fashion on @Kickstarter

A New Social Initiative in Fashion

Socially conscious fashion brand Antar Penguin has announced its latest social initiative in fashion, “Smart casual – A shirt for a second chance,” which launched on Kickstarter on Friday, April 29. To create the program,