For the Dimmblá woman who strives to be confident, open-minded, liberal to tough. A woman who is optimistic, wants to pursue uniqueness and enjoy life.

For the Dimmblá woman who strives to be confident, open-minded, liberal to tough. A woman who is optimistic, wants to pursue uniqueness and enjoy life.

Why choose peace silk over traditional silk

Why choose peace silk over traditional silk

June 03, 2019

Who would have thought that this beautiful, luxurious fabric, could cause any amount of cruelty?  Unfortunately, it does.

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Why you should embrace imperfection

Why you should embrace imperfection

May 10, 2019

Every single day we are bombarded with images of perfection on social media. We see the perfect mothers, models, workers, travelers, athletes or leaders. Social media is crowded with people posting images of their apparently perfect lives, accomplishing extraordinary things or brands posting unrealistic images. It’s often absurd how much time people spend to take the best selfie to post on social media. Here's how we can change this.

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Sustainability achievements in 2019

Sustainability achievements in 2019

January 03, 2019

Consumerism and throwaway lifestyles over the last few decades, has become a huge concern globally. Creating a sustainable lifestyle takes a lifelong commitment – to learning, experimenting, exploring, committing to increasingly sustainable practices.

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How to stay encouraged when adapting to a sustainable lifestyle

How to stay encouraged when adapting to a sustainable lifestyle

September 25, 2018

When people adapt to a more sustainable lifestyle it can be discouraging when you cannot do a thing  without having an impact on the environment. We’re shifting pollution, and in the process we’re hoping that it doesn’t have the environmental impact. You believe  you are doing good for the environment but realize it’s still not good enough. What can you do to make a real impact and stay encouraged when adapting to a more sustainable lifestyle?

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Are reusable bags always the best eco choice?

Are reusable bags always the best eco choice?

April 08, 2018

Plastic bag status has recently gone from a tolerated to despised. The unfavorable impacts of plastic bags are undeniable: When they’re not piling up in landfills, they’re blocking drains, cluttering up streets, surfing air currents, and contaminating oceans. What if reusable bags aren’t good for the environment either!

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Is your wallet supporting modern slavery

Is your wallet supporting modern slavery

March 07, 2018

Fashion is implicated in some of the biggest environmental and social challenges that we face globally, including climate change and modern slavery. Those who suffer are usually young women. How can we make a difference and press for progress?

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30 day plastic detox challenge

30 day plastic detox challenge

February 27, 2018 2 Comments

By 2050 oceans are expected to contain more plastic than fish. Plastic is found in virtually everything these days. Your food and hygiene products are packaged in it. Your car, phone and computer are made from it. And you might even chew on it daily in the form of a gum.Two sustainable fashion entrepreneurs launched a 30 day experiment to see if it’s possible to live plastic-free. An Australia vs. Iceland challenge. Learn 9 simple steps they adopted to dramatically decrease the amount of plastic waste they generated in their day to day life.

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Women’s rights in the fashion world

Women’s rights in the fashion world

January 30, 2018

Fast fashion is connected to human rights issues in a negative way. Workers often experience discriminatory and exploitative labor conditions. The combination of short-term contracts that make it easier to fire and control workers, poor government labor inspection and enforcement make it difficult for workers, the vast majority of whom are young women, to assert their rights. Here’s how it has played out against women in the textile and garment industry and how we can empower them to protect their rights.

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Top 9 tips to improve your environmental impact in 2018

Top 9 tips to improve your environmental impact in 2018

January 07, 2018

New Year is the perfect opportunity to make some lifestyle changes, improve our life and reevaluate some of our choices. Here’s a list of top 9 tips that can help you make a difference and adopt a sustainable lifestyle.

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Made from soft organic cotton and peace silk which is much more humane to the creatures creating the silk than many traditional methodologies.

Six ways to green your holidays

December 12, 2017

Something shifts in the air when December arrives and holiday decorations frenzy is embraced by millions around the world. Heavily-weighted branches, blinking lights and tons of tinsel are favorites. Sadly, this seasonal bling carries a massive environmental price. The season’s packaging, transport and waste has a large impact. Here’s 6 eco-friendly ways to decorate for Christmas.

 

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Why you should stop buying cheap clothes

November 29, 2017

One of four clothing purchases made by citizens of Hong Kong end in the garbage after being used only once or twice. The most common reason is low quality or that the clothes didn’t fit. When people buy cheap clothes they care less. As a result millions of clothes end up in the landfill every year. Then how to select good quality clothes that we can wear for years and stop waste our money on garbage?

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HOW TO GIVE NEW LIFE TO YOUR UNWORN CLOTHES AND OLD WARDROBE

HOW TO GIVE NEW LIFE TO YOUR UNWORN CLOTHES AND OLD WARDROBE

November 24, 2017

You surely know by now that the textile making process is energy and resource intense and demanding. A good portion of the textiles are ending up in landfills because majority of people still discard their garments. As a consequence this is becoming a key source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

 

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