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For weeks, I’d been watching the transformation of one of my favorite houses on South Congress from fixer-upper to what seemed to be some sort of do-good center.
Living in Austin has made me reassess my style in a big way — thanks to 300 days of sunshine a year and February temps in the 80s, among other reasons.
It’s a sad day for sustainable style in Boston: this week, our very own fair trade fashion label Proxy Apparel announced they’re closing their doors this Friday, July 20th. Big sniffle.
The other day in the office, I was absolutely shocked to find out that not everybody knows about Marshmallow Fluff — that there are actually children in America growing up without knowing the simple joy of a Fluffernutter sandwich: soft bread (corners cut off or not) sandwiching together sticky swaths of sweet Marshmallow Fluff and salty Teddie Peanut Butter.
Warby Parker has a vision: to give the gift of sight to everyone, of every budget, everywhere.
Ever spent the weekend at the beach? After a few days in a bathing suit, chances are you experienced that not-so-fresh feeling. But despite what your mother told you, the discomfort may not be caused by a damp suit, but rather the fabric itself.
As fashion weeks unfold all around the world, now is the time to get clued in to eco-luxe clothing: the history, the players, and how to find the best eco-chic looks for less.
In this day and age, it’s more frustrating than ever to find the perfect gift for someone — especially one that’s also guilt-free on the green tip. We need things that are sustainable, clever, classy, and won’t make a huge hole in our budgets, the search for which can sometimes take a lot of time and energy we just don’t have.
Not any more!