Learn about the latest trends in natural beauty, eco-friendly fashion and organic make-up.
Designer Marcia Maizel-Clarke's cult brand is famous for its gold and silver charm necklaces with peacenik names like karma and shine.
With tinted moisturizers, blushes, and finishing mattes, Organic Wear features surprisingly sophisticated products that are also recyclable.
Bryan Meehan's line is made of ethical, organic cosmetics and is free of the harsh stuff and full of natural botanicals.
The funky Faucet Necklace features a single droplet of glass falling from a detailed faucet of environmentally sound, reclaimed sterling silver.
SmartWool's line of Merino wool socks are itch-free and repel water.
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The Australian company that makes cleansers, moisturizers and facial serums abstains from things like parabens, sulphates, artificial colorings and dioxins.
Eda & Betty acquires and unstrings old chandeliers and uses the tear drop crystal beads to make fabulous, draping necklaces.
Produced sweatshop-free, Blake Hamster's eight new men’s and women's shirts are made from organic cotton and a seaweed-derived material called Seacell.
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Inspired by the Amsterdam lifestyle, this organic clothing line is desirable simplicity at its best.
Designer Allison Teich began with reused and repurposed materials to create a collection of sustainably sassy clutches, hobos and totes.
The plant-based balms protect sensitive lip tissue without any harmful additives that actually dry skin out and wreak havoc on the environment.
Oregon-based designer Carol Ziogas transforms vintage and deadstock kimonos into elegant accessories, using no virgin materials whatsoever.
The entire line is made from renewable, biodegradable bamboo that's produced with zero pesticides.
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