Natural Beauty & Fashion";"Learn about the latest trends in eco-friendly fashion and organic make-up.
Try these eco-friendly hats, sunglasses and cover-ups to keep the sun off your skin — sans creams and sprays.
If your favorite belt has broken in two, it may be salvageable if you just rework it.
A new dying technology called Advanced Denim can produce a pair of jeans using up to 92 percent less water and up to 30 percent less energy than normal.
The 'shackle sneakers' equipped with orange rubber chains to be fixed above the shoes were to have gone on sale in August in the U.S.
A typical pair of blue jeans uses almost 1,000 gallons of water during its lifecycle!
In the midst of the most notorious slum in the Philippines — the Smokey Mountain garbage dump — residents are producing and selling one-of-a-kind fashion items — and transforming their lives in the process.
Bikinis are back! These cuties are made from natural and recycled materials, and they're designed to last.
Dress with the oceans in mind with these accessories and clothes that respect the sea.
Get beachy waves without drying out your hair. We’ve got the recipe.
Kjersten Gruys, a UCLA Ph.D. student, gave up mirrors for a year, even on her wedding day. How did her brave experiment turn out?
Supercool raingear gets a sustainable makeover.
Save money, find flattering suits, and have some fun with vintage swimming costumes from decades past.
Keep the rain and the sun's rays off your face with these pretty parasols.
One guy's bumbling experience is also one worth sharing.
Flint and Tinder is bringing men's skivvies back to the future.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living