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ModaFusion: Talent Rises from Inner City Despair
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Turning 30 is one of those watershed moments that we approach with mixed emotions. It is a time when we often take stock of the first chapter of our life and decide to change course, take a risk, or step out of our comfort zone. When French journalist Nadine Gonzalez turned 30, her friends came together and gave her a trip to Rio to celebrate. While the usual tourist spots caught her attention, what stirred her soul was the artistic spirit she discovered in the marginalized communities in the city. Determined to change the impoverished economy and lack of opportunity in this inner-city region, Nadine created ModaFusion with Andrea Fasanello, an organization that promotes women’s savoir-faire and spotlights the talents within Rio’s communities. Working with prostitutes and ex-prisoners, the goal is to substitute the drug economy with the fashion economy and improve the standard of living. 

 

 
Brand Profile: Inkspoon
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Inkspoon creates one-of-a-kind, hand printed clothing featuring original visionary art. Their garments are sewn in small batches from quality fibers and their styles are unique and comfortable. Whether you are wearing your favorite Inkspoon piece to dance, party, work or stretch, you will be sure to catch eyes and turn heads. Browse through their online store and find the piece that best expresses your inner world. 

 

 
Cozy Winter Ensembles for Him
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Winter is in full swing here in Colorado, and warm clothing has been a necessity for a few months now. The holiday season has come and gone, and we may still be finding ourselves lacking a good sweater or jacket, or needing a new pair of jeans. Below are some sustainable resources for cozy separates to enhance your winter wardrobe.

 

 
Brand Profile: Steel Pony
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Steel Pony is a collaboration of Dennis Wolk and Joanne Litz, both artists in their own right.  They came together and fell in Love with each other as well as handmade clothing.  They started their business in 1992, marketing their hand dyed, hand painted clothing at Art Fairs.  Since then, the line has grown into a collection of Artsy separates with a boho vibe.  The collection is constantly growing and shifting, but at its core it is an Artisan Design company making things by hand.  

 

 
Online Store Profile: Trash to Trend
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Trash to Trend was founded by Reet Aus—a clothing designer who has been experimenting with upcycling since 2005. The web shop sells upcycled products (clothing for men, women, and children, accessories, and even furniture) by many different designers. They are constantly expanding the range of items, and they offer free shipping worldwide!  

 

 
Love is in the Air
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What better way to treat yourself or shower your loved one with a special gift, than to purchase something sexy that is also made ethically?!?

 

 
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