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Shanghai Chic

Shanghai, China

Zoe is wearing a dress by Brown Rice.
She Wore Leila Hafzi

Red carpet moment, follow the rainbow dress!…Except we’re not on the red carpet…and the world’s divas haven’t yet discovered Leila Hafzi’s show-stopping gowns. However, judging from the audience’s reaction at the Ethical Fashion Show in Paris, and the awards that keep pilling up, we know it’s only a matter of time.

The Color Issue, July 2008

For this first issue, we wanted color, bright radiant saturated color like the rich hues of Leila Hafzi’s eveningwear designs, or our pick of punchy pieces that will prove once and for all that eco fashion is anything but dull!

That led us to wax philosophical on why anyone could still see ethic chic as “crusty”, and we made some fascinating discoveries on the history of dyes.

Of course, all this research was very tiring for our deeply superficial minds so we went online shopping at Beklina, where three cool and conscious California chicks have already sorted some of the hottest picks for us.

Finally, as fashion moves up from the street to the runway as fast as it trickles down, we captured our first style profile on the streets of Paris, where a mix of old and new has always been a part of women’s unique allure.

We hope you enjoy this first issue of our magazine. Leave a comment, send us an email or sign up to our newsletter, we can’t wait to hear what you have to say!

Color Me Natural

1_PULSE_DYES.jpgStepping hesitantly into the world of eco fashion because of the color issue? Feeling like there aren’t enough hue options offered, or wondering if those brighter colors really are eco friendly? Greening the dyeing process of their garments is indeed one of the hardest nuts to crack for eco conscious brands. Many of them dive into natural dyes nowadays: a good reason to take a closer look at this process.

Natural dyes are dyes primarily obtained from sources found in nature. Did you know, for example, that a great source for natural dyes can be found right in your own backyard? It’s not surprising—roots, nuts and flowers are just a few common ways to get many colors like yellow, orange, blue, red, green, brown and grey.

Rainbow Nation

1_FAVE-THINGS_COLLAGE2.jpgFrom sunshine-bright flowers to juicy jewel tones, we find ourselves enthralled with the captivating colors that constantly surround us. Happily, we can now wear them guilt-free thanks to the innovative thinking and creative genius of some of our favorite eco-awesome designers!

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