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Brand Profile: Woodzee



The Essentials

Founded in 2011 in the City of Trees, Chico, CA, Woodzee strives toward growing a business that is committed to providing quality products priced for everyone to enjoy.  Equally committed to promoting a sustainable relationship between humankind and nature, all pieces are constructed using renewable resources. Woodzee utilizes packaging made from 50% recycled paper using soy ink.

Emma Watson Models Net-a-Porter’s “Green Carpet Challenge” Collection



Livia Firth, Green Carpet Challenge founder and wife of Oscar®-winning movie star Colin Firth, has been a role model for the successful Harry Potter actress and model, Emma Watson. 


Barefoot Athletic Company’s Tropical Beauty Giveaway


EFW GUIDE Member, Barefoot Athletic Company, has partnered with us to give away a prize package brimming with nutrient-rich Organic Hemp Oil Lotions, Lip Balms, and Hydrating Mists. 


Online Store Profile: LIttle Blue Shed



The shed is small and blue and women in Uganda call it their workplace!

The Little Blue Shed products are made from 100% recycled magazine paper. Each paper strip is hand rolled, varnished before the designing begins. The products are as unique as the person who made it and the range includes: hand bags, hip bags, clutch purses, necklaces, bracelets and earrings.  



Plastic Bottles: The New Technofabric?



It seems absurd.  But plastic bottles have already succeeded in becoming the new polyester.  Or, I should say, the new improved polyester. 



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