Feature Interview: Hannah

October 17, 2019

But through thrifting, reselling and repurposing, I can go through all of the phases that I want without being near as wasteful. It’s about being a conscious consumer, and in a world where it’s so easy to just brush something over your shoulder, knowing where your clothes came from and not contributing to the cycle is more important than ever. …

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Feature Interview: Jen

October 10, 2019

I feel like so many people forget that one of the most ethical and sustainable method is to make it a habit to shop less. Not just secondhand or vintage. For me, this is the easiest way for me to be ethical and sustainable in my fashion choices. Most of the clothing you see me wearing lately is either 2+ years old or rented. …

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Feature Interview: Gillian

October 3, 2019

I just want people to know that it’s so easy to make ethical / sustainable choices when it comes to buying clothing. There are so many companies out there now that care about their workers and treat them fairly. There are so many companies out there that care about the environment and who use sustainable materials and practices to produce clothes. …

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Feature Interview: Jenn

September 26, 2019

Ethical and sustainable fashion is not one size fits all. We all have personal reasons why we choose to engage in this space: animal rights are fought for by not wearing leather or fur, human rights are fought for by not purchasing garments made in unsafe working conditions, environmental rights are fought for by purchasing second hand first, financial rights are fought for by choosing to thrift to…


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