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Mohop Shoes: Quality, Comfort and Sustainability for Creative Feet
Written by Carolina Flaminia Perrone - Thursday, 30 January 2014




When I opened the package I was speechless. The shoes I had ordered from Mohop were not just an ordinary pair of sandals; they were a true work of art. In the carefully put together package I found a handwritten note, a box of lemon drops, a carrying canvas bag, a beautiful sachet containing 6 different types of ribbons, one containing 4 sets of wooden rings, 9 styling cards with visual directions for lacing patterns and then of course, the shoes themselves, beautifully sculpted out of polished walnut wood.

Brand Profile: Kali Clothing
Written by Eco Fashion World - Friday, 24 January 2014




The Essentials

Kali creates meaningful fashion that combines style and ethics motivated by social responsibility. Established in 2006, Kali is a contemporary brand focused on sustainable and “seasonless” clothing for women. Fans have touted the versatility in which Kali items are easily worn as a basic, as well as an item that can be dressed up and taken from day to night with ease. With this in mind, Kali aims to develop modern basics in sustainable materials that can be worn throughout seasons and that are timeless.


Stephanie Gale of BMO on Positivity and Inspiration
Written by Eco Fashion World - Tuesday, 21 January 2014



A long time member of the EFW family, Stephanie Gale of Beau Monde Organics was recently featured by Urban Times, discussing how she wound up designing the fabulous Beau Monde Organics cotton voile scarves and her newest project…iPhone covers. Gale is a constant source of positive inspiration and it shines through in her beautiful product line. 


Jungle Folk: Handmade with Care
Written by Giorgia von Niederhäusern - Sunday, 19 January 2014



Jungle Folk is a young Swiss-Colombian women’s fashion label offering limited edition styles, which are sustainably produced in Medellin, Colombia. The Jungle Folk team experiments with feminine shapes, adding touches of street wear. All Jungle Folk styles are hand-made by artisans. 


Brand Profile: lur® apparel
Written by Eco Fashion World - Friday, 17 January 2014



The Essentials

At lur®, the belief is that fashion can be a powerful force for change in the world. lur® knits beauty, sustainability, and social responsibility into every product. Because of their unique fabric, lur® clothing is more sustainable and environmentally friendly than organic cotton - while still remaining just as soft to the touch. All lur® products are made from 100% recycled materials.


A New Spin on the Old Swap
Written by Lanni Lantto - Wednesday, 15 January 2014



Clothing swaps bring us back to a time when money wasn’t the bottom line.  If you had a plethora of chicken eggs you could trade your neighbor for a loaf of bread.  As we move forward into a more shared economy, I was curious if there was a business model that took the private swap idea into the public sphere of commerce. This is when I came across the clothing swap boutique, Give + Take in Santa Monica, California. 


EFW Partners With Fashion Revolution Day Campaign
Written by Eco Fashion World - Wednesday, 01 January 2014




The campaign for the first annual Fashion Revolution Day launched today and Eco Fashion World is proud to announce its partnership with the campaign as a media sponsor!  Fashion Revolution Day is a worldwide movement demanding fair treatment of workers in the garment industry. On April 24th, 2014, one year following the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Fashion Revolution Day  aims to honor the lives of the 1133 sweatshop laborers killed and over 2500 injured as a result of unsafe working conditions and to create justice and transparency in the global fashion supply chain.



Sante Cosmetics: Beautiful Colors, Natural Basis
Written by Magaly Fuentes-Sagan - Tuesday, 24 December 2013




SANTE Natural Cosmetics was founded 35 years ago. Hans Hansel, who owned one of the first health food stores in Germany, was not happy with the products that were available at the time and decided, together with a few close friends, to start making their own natural cosmetics. The idea behind Sante was to offer high quality certified natural products to an audience that may otherwise choose conventional products. This idea is reflected in packaging and products. Sante also appeals to a slightly younger, more trend/fashion conscious crowd. The motivation behind the product is to offer a natural alternative that is not a compromise in terms of quality, efficacy, color, etc.

Yves Andrieux & Vincent Jalbert: Geniuses Give Life to Old Military Fabric
Written by Carolina Flaminia Perrone - Tuesday, 17 December 2013



55 rue Charlot, in the Marais district of Paris, is the home of Yves Andrieux and Vincent Jalbert’s original accessories and garment creations, all born of the designers’ love and passion for recycled antique military and vintage fabrics. It is a place like no other.  It is an environment filled with creativity, originality, artistry, genius, care, strong work ethics and high standards, countercultural values and environmental concerns.  Yves and Vincent’s vision glows and resonates in every single item that is here conceived and made.   

Mayamiko: Ethically Made in Malawi
Written by Laura Molteni - Friday, 13 December 2013



Mayamiko Trust is a young (established in 2008) charity organization based in UK. They connect ethical fashion designers with local communities in Malawi. The organization supports disadvantaged women through the Mayamiko Cotton Project, teaching them how to sew, knit and tailor. The sponsorship of trainees at The Fashion Lab can also be done by everyone through the website; you can also collaborate to buy a sewing machine. 


Editor’s ‘Everyday Items’ LOVE List
Written by Magaly Fuentes-Sagan - Sunday, 08 December 2013



I am a fairly new Mom (my little one is now 9 months) so things that make my life easier are a must. This includes items that I can quickly throw on, are comfy, help to keep me and my skin hydrated, and help me to carry things I need to take with me. The items on this list do all of this and more – they are good for me, good for the earth, and great for my hectic schedule!

Ethical Luxury by Hemyca
Written by Lupe Castro - Saturday, 07 December 2013




I have been following London-based luxury womenswear label, Hemyca since 2010 when I saw them at Ecoluxe during LFW, which I helped to launch. Their stand was mobbed and Harrods came to visit them, which is unheard of for a brand just starting. There was definitely some wanderlust. I fell in love with their detailing and cuts and I ordered my very, very long coat.  Three years on and my coat needs a bit of attention on the hem but it still turns heads and having seen their SS14 collection, which I believe is their best yet, I return for a visit...

Little Blue Shed UNITE NECKLACES Giveaway
Written by Eco Fashion World - Wednesday, 04 December 2013



 EFW GUIDE Member, Little Blue Shed has partnered with us to give away two of their gorgeous Unite Necklaces!


Modavanti Acquires Ethical Ocean
Written by Eco Fashion World - Tuesday, 03 December 2013



EFW Guide Member and leading sustainable fashion online retailer, Modavanti.com, has acquired Ethical Ocean, an online marketplace for ethical products and services.


Redefining Success: Woodzee Sunglasses
Written by Magaly Fuentes-Sagan - Monday, 25 November 2013



Tom Patton was living in Chico, California (known as the City of Trees) and needed a new pair of sunglasses. He heard a story about a kid who started an eyewear company and made it big after appearing on a reality show, and this inspired him. A month prior, Tom had watched someone craft an accessory from wood. These thoughts, combined with a concern for impact on the planet, meshed in Tom’s mind and from this, Woodzee was born. 

Unisex, Sportswear, Sustainable: Muttonhead
Written by Matt Potrekus - Tuesday, 19 November 2013




A ‘counter-movement’ to fast-fashion, a unisex clothing line designed with fair trade practices, high-quality sustainable fabrics, and functionality in mind…sounds out of reach but in fact, its not. Muttonhead has been bringing all of these qualities and more to the sustainable fashion scene since 2009 and continues to expand their product offering each season. Created in Canada, Muttonhead exceeds expectations. 


Brand Profile: P.R.A.Y. Jewelry
Written by Eco Fashion World - Wednesday, 13 November 2013



The Essentials

P.R.A.Y. is a socially conscious line of jewelry that is eco-friendly, recycled, and infused with healing energies and vibrations. P.R.A.Y.’s mission is to heal mankind one piece of jewelry at a time.  It is their belief that ~Consciousness is Sexy~ and by tuning into one’s truth and greater purpose in life, people are able to embody their most beautiful inner selves.  Their mission to heal the world one piece of jewelry at a time, infusing special energies into the pieces via ancient Eastern processes, taking great care & consideration for the people and products involved, including eco-friendly/recycled materials and positive, healing, energy.

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