Christopher Raeburn Packaway Backpack
With his ultra-slick style and ethical use of surplus military fabrics, British designer Christopher Raeburn has earned quite the cult following, ourselves included. Thanks to his penchant for experimenting with materials, the colder seasons are...
Blendo Espresso Blend
Berlin's Five Elephant micro roastery is committed to directly sourcing their beans in the most socially and environmentally responsible way. Blendo is a mix of Directly Traded Brazilian washed beans, creating a full-bodied experience with hints of...
Boubou Leather Shoes
Twins for Peace gives shoes to children in need on a 1-1 basis with what's purchased from their French clothing and lifestyle shop. Their slim and sleek pair of Boubou black leather sneakers goes practically all black everything, and are accented by...
Move over, Irish linen—The Ethical Silk Company produces eco-friendly, cruelty-free silk bedding with a women's cooperative in India, using silkworms only after they've gone through metamorphosis. The result is supreme luxury with a clear conscience...
ReFashioned: Cutting-Edge Clothing from Upcycled Materials
Fashion expert Sass Brown's book shows the future of sustainable fashion—ethical and experimental, without losing its focus on aesthetics. ReFashioned features 46 international designers which demonstrate a solid reality that is shaping creativity...
by Mya Stark Imagine ice cream and bicycles—two childhood icons of summer—combined in a new business model with very serious goals. That’s what's going on at Peddler's Creamery, a new sweets haven in Downtown Los Angeles where a purpose-built contraption...
Interview: Jenny Dawson of Rubies in the Rubble
by Emily Millett Claiming to make the "tastiest chutneys in the nicest possible way," Rubies in the Rubble founder Jenny Dawson is as entrepreneurial as she is charmingly modest. Her award-winning company addresses the issues of food waste, sustainability...