While visiting friends in Milan last week, I was [...]
The fashion industry’s reaction to Trump’s victory has fallen into a “blue” mood, double entendre intended.
Is it wrong to use animals to produce clothing and accessories? Maybe our conversation will extend to your kitchen table tonight.
If it means that we actually invest in our wardrobes, rather than to spend money willy-nilly, then yes, more costly clothes make us better people.
It’s the careless shopping that creates wastefulness and unknowingness about when enough clothes are enough.
Interested in tips on how to shop smarter at thrift stores? Being a college student, who routinely shops at second hand stores uniquely qualifies me as an expert!
A company is only as good as its sales, and as consumers, we have the power to dictate the future of sweatshop labor.
One place in our lives seems to lack sustainably made products; our closets. However, sustainability-minded designers are changing that.
In essence, when you focus on craftsmanship others see quality in you. When you focus on craftsmanship, you improve the quality of your own life.
If you don’t think that cheap clothing is killing us, it's killed the spirit of many people who once made a living working in factories in our own country.