The number one comment I hear against ethical fashion is that it's too expensive and that only privileged people can afford it. However, conscious fashion is more than just a transaction, it's a lifestyle. Here’s a few ways you can help make a difference regardless of your budget.Read More
“I am not free while any woman is not free.” Out of the 24 million garment workers worldwide, nearly 80% are women. And since 60% of production is done in developing countries, this means that a large percentage of female garment workers are severely struggling with their rights...Read More
Underneath the chaos, the day in and day out routines and obligations, there is a pulse. A pulse that leads us and inspires us, always reminding us of our dreams and who we want to be. And unlike external motivations, this steady beat requests more of us, calls us higher and dares us to take chances. This is exactly what Rhonda LaBatt did when she started Redemption Market and because of her bravery, she is here to inspire you in yours.Read More
Tanushri is a textile-artist, design thinker and Cultural Studies student. She works on an ethical design project named Zeitgeist, which incorporates writing and art to highlight human rights issues faced in the garment industry, as well as the environmental impact of fast fashion. Read our interview with her here!Read More
Living sustainably can seem a bit daunting, but there are lots of simple ways that you you can help make an impact. Not only that, but with these five changes in your beauty routine, you can save money too!Read More
Clothes are rarely just functional. They have the ability to alter our mood and adjust the way we see ourselves. So why not let them infuse us with confidence so that we can feel inspired and empowered. In the words of Elissa Prola, "Life is too short to wear clothes you don't love."Read More
When summer temps are at their peak, finding clothes that are comfortable and breathable isn't always easy. Even the lightest fabrics are suffocating at best. So what materials are best for beating the heat?Read More
So many of us desire recognition and celebration, but few of us get it in the form an Academy Award nomination like Alexandra Jamieson. In 2004, Alexandra walked down the red carpet in a stunning Chanel gown that glittered under the spotlight. What she didn't know in that moment, is how long she would hold onto that dress unable to let go...Read More
Raleigh Clemens has been hosting dinner parties for as long as she can remember.
From helping her mother prep for a party to touring with Outstanding in a Field, it goes without saying that she knows a thing or two about hosting.
Join us as we dive in with blogger and fashion student, The Un-material Girl, Leah Musch as she shares how she went from spending $100 per week on clothes to being a conscious fashion activist.Read More