It’s like Ulta for crunchy chicks. Meet the online store that’s changing the face of the beauty shop with clean products conscious babes can get behind.
Topic: Fashion + Beauty
The second biggest fashion retailer in the world has taken big strides to make fast fashion more sustainable — but is it enough in one of the most notoriously unsustainable industries in the world?
Snail slime, lanolin (aka sheep sebum… yes, really), and – not to really creep you out – but even your own blood are just a few of the very strange starring ingredients in the latest and maybe-not-greatest beauty treatments and products out there.
Launched in 2014 by founder and CEO (and former Wall Street investment banker), Priscilla Tsai, Cocokind was created with women in mind. A hormonal acne sufferer herself, Tsai began her journey to Cocokind first as a consumer, in a situation all too familiar to many of us: when she wasn’t satisfied with the efficacy of the prescription treatments prescribed to her, she looked towards nature for some answers.
Toad&Co is one of the most sustainable clothing lines out there, and their new spring collection takes it a step even further. With a line that’s 100% sustainably manufactured and a spring catalogue FULL of new styles, it’s time to start refreshing your wardrobe.
High fashion isn’t something you typically see going hand in hand with humanitarian efforts. It’s not something I’ve encountered much of in the luxury fashion and beauty space — until discovering Olivela.
The season of glitz and glam is here. Of velvet and sequins and calendars packed to the gills with holiday fetes, office gatherings, and annual celebrations with family and friends, toasting with our nearest and dearest under mistletoe and twinkling lights.
Meet Girlfriend Collective, the affordable, sustainable, authentic, transparent (and fashionable!) athleisure company changing the game.
Are your breakouts trying to tell you something? More often than not, what our skin’s doing is a direct reflection of what’s going on inside.
These three DIY face masks address some of summer’s most pressing skin concerns — dryness, congestion, and sun damage — and star one common, do-it-all star ingredient: raw honey.