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    Osprey ReSource Series

    Being an active mom on the go, I wanted a viable alternative to the flowery diaper/baby bags on the market. Most of these bags are fairly useless for someone who is more outdoors oriented, or has multiple kids. Also, the current selection of mama bags are often made from new,…

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    Fix It, Don't Toss It!

    After arriving at warm home town Barranquilla, Colombia, I was in the process of putting away my winter clothes, when inside my jacket’s pocket I found an unfamiliar object. I reached inside and out came a pair of earrings. “Nice”, I thought. And tried to remember where I had gotten…

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    Why Greenfest? Here's the Answer

    by Guest-blogger Katherine Cure Katherine Cure sipping organic fair-trade coffee from one of the second-hand mugs that were available for use during Greenfest “Greenfest? What’s that?” the tanned middle-aged East Bay native eating next to me asked, as I outlined to him my reasons for coming to San Francisco for…

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    Fab Green Thanksgiving Weekend Sales

    OK, so I totally forgot and just bought used books despite the fact that I was trying to partake in Buy Nothing Day. If you’re also doing a little shopping this weekend (trying to get a head-start on holiday gifts, of course!), then check out one of these eco-friendly boutiques:…

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    Betty Belts!

    The Talia belt is made with recycled glass beads, ceramic tiles, and vegan leather The Selena belt is made from farmed mother-of-pearl and vegan leather Poking around on the internet for some new eco-friendly accessories recently, I found Betty Belts, which makes the super-gorgeous waist-wrappers above. The designer of Betty…

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    Ecofashion in E Magazine

    This gorgeous image was shot by Eric Striffler at solar-powered, carbon-free Project Greenhouse, Long Island, NY with clothes by naturevsfuture. This month’s issue of E Magazine includes a feature on all things ecofashion, so if you have any lingering questions about why you should care about the fabrics you wear…

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    Project Earth Day Fashion Show

    By guest-blogger Josh Wiese A few weeks back, o2NYC teamed up with Kaight to host a reception in honor of Project Earth Day . It was a great event filled with compelling conversation, surrounded by beautiful clothes, and saturated in Trader Joe’s best three-dollar wine. The Project Earth Day fashion…

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    Stars Come Down to Earth

    Not surprisingly, now that environmentalism is ‘hot’, the stars are coming out in support of various green causes. Of course some notable celebrities have long shined light on various aspects of the environmental movement (Leo, Darryl, and Woody, I’m talkin’ about you!) So I was really excited when I found…