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  • 5 Reasons to Shop Vintage Home Accessories

    5 Reasons to Shop Vintage Home Accessories The first object my partner and I bought for our new home was a vintage Arco floor lamp by Castiglioni Brothers. Our house was still in raw walls and concrete floor condition, and there was no actual plan for what its interior would look like. But the eBay [...] More
  • 10 easy steps towards more sustainable lifestyle

    It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the environmental issues and thinking our involvement is so small that our decisions and habits don’t really matter. But they do. As zero waste chef Anne Marie Bonneau said: “We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.” [...] More
  • 6 Simple Ways to Support Small Businesses Right Now

    In the recent days we've woken up to the new reality. The world is in a state of fear and uncertainty that is stressful and overwhelming for all of us. In times of uncertainty the small businesses, freelancers and artist are extra exposed and vulnerable to the economic slowdown. We brainstormed some tips how can [...] More
  • Why it’s Time to Slow Down: The 7 Key Ethical Issues in the Fashion Industry

    Photo by Karina Tess on Unsplash Do you still remember the time when shopping for a piece of clothing used to be a special event that happened only a few times a year? Then it has slowly become a form of adrenaline-rush activity: grabbing as many pieces at the lowest price possible, wearing them few [...] More
  • 10 Steps to Becoming More Conscious Fashion Consumer

    Ever since I can remember, I have loved clothes. They have always been my form of self-expression and an exercise in identity and creativity. I have mostly bought them abroad and taken them home as souvenirs, inherited them from my mom, ordered them online for a specific occasion, or had them made-to-measure for me only. [...] More
  • Editorial note: And who made your clothes?

    This Sunday marks the third anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh which killed 1,133 and injured 2,500 garment workers, most of whom were women. But the deadliest garment factory disaster ever was just the peak of the iceberg. Many fast-fashion as well as luxury companies have a long history of [...] More
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