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Catherine McCourt is a content writer at Eco-Stylist. She studies English, Creative Writing, and Philosophy at the University of Iowa. When she’s not writing about sustainability in fashion, Catherine enjoys painting, journaling, and much needed downtime.

4 Ways Slow Fashion Brands Can Be More Sustainable

4 Ways Brands Can Be More Sustainable

As the world around us continues to evolve, the world of fashion is certainly not one to be left behind. In the current day and age, we have record breaking winters, a west coast consumed by wildfires (that turn the sky a frightening shade of red), oil spills compromising our […]

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Sustainable Alternatives to Banana Republic

Sustainable Alternatives to Banana Republic

From business casual to trendy patterns, Banana Republic has become one of the top clothing brands in recent years as they seem to have something for everyone. Despite their fashion forwardness, they do fall short in one area: ethically and sustainably produced fashion. Using our sustainable brand criteria, Banana Republic […]

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Emerging Brand Vustra on Sustainability, Fashion, and 2021

Vustra Talks Sustainability Fashion and 2021

Vustra is an up-and-coming sustainable fashion brand based out of San Francisco who focuses on producing men’s fashion, particularly button down shirts. I, Catherine, a writer at Eco-Stylist, sat down (well, Zoomed) with Vustra’s co-founder, Parth Desai, to talk fashion, sustainability, and what the future holds for the brand. The […]

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