The clothing we buy at chain stores and most local boutiques isn’t made by machines or 3D printers.
When I began my journey into B Corp certification I was concerned. How can a small, sustainable fashion startup, woman-run/owned and bootstrapped, step away from intense daily demands in order […]
Tim Gunn met with me on an early morning this summer in New Orleans at the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Art of Design convention where he is the keynote speaker, to talk about transparency […]
Companies that make products from leather are facing tough times: the supply of leather is dwindling as fewer people eat meat, with the US cattle population dropping by 32% in the last few decades. […]
Despite varying consumer uptake of new tools that dissect the environmental and social impact of products, major brands can’t ignore them. A host of transparency tools are available to consumers […]
Our founder was quoted in this excellent story by Amy Westervelt… On 24 April 2013, an eight-story garment factory collapsed in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The building’s fall killed 1,134 […]
As a journalist and founder of the ethical clothing shop Good Cloth, I constantly try to get people to care about labor exploitation and the treatment of workers in the […]
Julia Ahrens is a designer and founder of the eco-friendly vegan clothing line Miakoda. We love following her on Instagram (@miakodanewyork) because she frequently posts selfies showing us all the […]