Most hair is sourced from poverty-stricken communities in nations like India, China, Brazil, Russia and Eastern Europe. But there are ethical options.
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BeGood Clothing is a socially responsible and eco-friendly clothing store located online and on Union Street in San Francisco. The store is giving a new [...]
For a print-junkie like me, Bhalo’s hand-printed, loomed and embroidered textiles are love at first close-up.
It’s the depths of winter, I’m feeling less than svelte, and honestly, I haven’t donned anything less stretchy than a pair of leggings in three [...]
I had been wanting one for a while. A beautiful french press that I could call my own. My mornings aren’t quite right without my [...]
Edge of Ember jewelry is more than meets the eye. Trend-driven styles and a sweet price point mean that accessories trend followers will love the [...]
This scarf from Treetie could be yours. Treetie (pronounced like ‘treaty’) is a new online boutique offering eco friendly and fair trade women’s fashion apparel, [...]
Liz Bohannon isn’t your typical 20-something. Just out of college, Liz fearlessly set off to Uganda to experience another side of the world. Once there, [...]
Bita in a Sarafina skirt. Bita Diomande grew up in developing countries around the world where she honed a keen fashion sense while witnessing stark economic [...]
Object Mythology: Handcrafted Artisan Jewelry and Accessories Bring Global Style Together in Your Wardrobe
“Every object tells a story and builds character over time, that is Object Mythology.” –Karen Chien, Founder Object Mythology Beautifully handcrafted, these pearl and cornelian [...]