Join us in a chat with Kestrel Jenkins, the host of popular podcast Conscious Chatter, about the current state, and future of, slow fashion.
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 […]
As consumers, we can be conscious about our plastic consumption. Here are 3 actions you can take to help reduce microplastic pollution.
At Eco-Stylist, we promote brands who are making a difference in the sustainable fashion industry. For the past two years, we’ve been partnered with Remake, using their sustainable brand criteria to research and evaluate brands on a number of factors, including transparency, environmental sustainability, maker well-being, use of sustainable raw […]
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re looking to update your wardrobe. But, you’re not heading to the usual places – Zara, H&M, Express – for a quick and cheap fashion update. Instead, you’re looking to create a more lasting wardrobe, from brands that don’t rely on unethical and destructive […]
An increasingly popular method for offsetting carbon, addressing climate change, and improving air quality is to plant trees. There are many initiatives dedicated to tree planting, but are these programs making a positive impact on the planet, or could they actually be harming the environment instead? The Bad Contrary to […]
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 […]
Dear Conscious Consumer, This is a letter for you — someone who is looking for a change, or a boost. It is for you who is just starting out with something new in your life; for you who has been building and evolving yourself for a while now; for you […]
Thrifting and buying used is a great option for many people to sustainably buy clothes, but is it the most ethical option, as it is often presented? In a thread on ethical clothing habits, Eco-Stylist presented another angle; supporting brands that create sustainable clothing and pay their workers fairly is […]
Atlanta-based brand, Alternative Apparel was established back in 1995. They were pioneers in sustainable and ethical fashion, and naturally, as the sustainability market grew so did the company. Under their original ownership, they were able to pass our sustainable brand criteria (powered by Remake) with a score of 53/100. But things […]