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The rough-cut diamonds in Sarah Perlis' "In the Rough" collection are responsibly panned (not mined) from Sierra Leone.
Investing in hemp lightens your environmental footprint, and supports a truly sustainable industry.
The greenest, chicest option for toting your goods? An old bag.
"Wet" cleaning is the newest development in green garment care.
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Should you be wearing animal products or synthetic chemicals?
Marlena Bryce designs organic cotton and hemp totes, makeup pouches and shoulder bags come in bold colors and patterns.
The jewelry is handcrafted by Mark and Karen Tuttle using sustainable tools like pliers and wood dowels in the place of chemical adhesives.
Limited edition cufflinks sets are made from antique Native American nickels and fallen rack antler horns.
The products are totally paraben-free and made with essential oils such as Jasmine Absolute.
Super-thin solar panels keep this bag fabulously flexible and totally clunk-free.
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