Tuniq Oasis: The Most Radical & Sustainable Hats You Can Afford

Tuniq Oasis Tuniq Oasis is a label based out of North Africa. They combine radical (and inspiring) ethics with the traditional craftsmanship of Tunisia. The brand was founded by Iman Masmoudi, Leila Masmoudi, and Mariem Masmoudi. Their design is intentional and sustainable. They source locally, employ truly fairly. They also price fairly. Keeping margins lower…

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Go Recycled with Tense Watch

Tense Watch Founded in 1971, Tense Watches has been doing recycled style since long before it was cool. The watches are all handmade in the Tense Watch studio based in Vancouver, Canada. The wood used is all reclaimed or recycled. The watch machinery is Miyota Watch Movements from Japan. Ethics Recycled, Ethical, and, Handcrafted. Style…

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Aeance: Less But Better

Aeance– aesthetic, ascetic, performance Aeance is designed in Munich and produced in Portugal. They are a sustainable activewear brand that focuses on functional, fashionable, sustainable activewear. The design incorporates the latest in sustainable technology. And the style? It’s minimalist, and dare I say- elegant!  In their bio, they had a saying that I really loved.…

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15 Questions with Emy Venturini, Founder of Ipsilon Paris

  Ipsilon Paris is one of my favorite new streetwear brands and my first pick for swimsuits and tees that you’ll want for the summer. Check out some of the outfits I thought could use their positivity here. They have a great color scheme of red and black, it’s classic with a happy twist. I…

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Brand Feature: Eba Totes

Eba Totes– the bag for conscious living One of my favorite things about learning about brands is there origin story. It adds so much to a product that you know is conscious and made with such love. E.B.A stands for Emmaly, the founder, Barbara, her mother, who taught her to honor and respect the earth,…

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Mwayi, Ethical Clothing Made Your Way

Mwayi- My Mwayi, My Way Designed in New York and produced in Malawi, Mwayi, a brand that focuses on social impact and impeccable tailoring. On a clothes level, this is a brand for someone who loves bold patterns and things that fit. On every other level- who doesn’t love some amazing women-led social enterprise? The…

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