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Tag: Sustainable Living
These brands are the real winners in the era of fast fashion.
In the era of fast fashion, it's easy to say that mass garment production has dominated the clothing industry at the expense of our environment's well-being. Zero-waste campaigns and eco-friendly practices come and go like fads, and we're left with a few
Itâs a surprise combination of Italian design and Philippine sustainability.
Like the Eritrean capital it’s named after, Asmara Urban Resort in Cebu City is a product of the beautiful and functional tastes of Italian architecture and design.The grand entrance to Asmara is made even grander by the double front doors.Asmara is the
Shifting to live a sustainable life isn't done overnight, but Our Source will make it easy for you to choose an eco-friendly lifestyle.
Starting a sustainable lifestyle is no easy feat. A complete renunciation of one's way of life is needed, thwarting deeply-rooted ideals to make way for more eco-friendly habits. And if you're determined to fully committing to make the switch, online store Our Source
After a long hiatus from the fashion industry, Hindy comes back with a renewed vision of the stylish life.
There's a lot to talk about when it comes to sustainable fashion. For one, how do we know it is truly eco-friendly? Two, is it just a fad that's taking the spotlight for now? Three, is it a monotonous way of dressing
Here's how they're making it happen!
With a branch in nearly every mall across the country, there's no doubt that local label Bayo is well-loved. They're widely known for their affordable dainty basics, ladylike separates, and that oh-so-nostalgic powder-fresh fragrance gently wafting about each store, but now, they've
We talk to Lieu.ph's founder Trice Nagusara about her brand and how to switch to a zero-waste lifestyle.
You can talk about it all you want but truly converting to a zero-waste lifestyle isn't an easy feat. It's an entire overhaul of habits and home items to break and shelve. Add on how expensive the eco-friendly alternatives are in the
Meet the brains behind new local brand Tela.
Alyssa Lagon is no stranger to the fashion industry. After all, she spent a good chunk of her childhood summers tagging along with her parents on trips to their clothing factories. It's become a family activity since her parents have acquired local
From running shoes to heels and everything in between!
These days, there aren’t a lot of excuses left for us not to take steps towards a more sustainable lifestyle. You can find eco-conscious substitutes for almost any of your daily essentials from shampoo refilling stations to bags made from recycled materials,
These brands are leading the industry to a sustainable lifestyle.
The fashion industry is turning over a new leaf. More and more brands have been joining in the effort to eliminate the use of fur in their collections. Many are also making great strides in using recycled plastic in products, taking part
Loop's founder is the guy who first sold metal straws.
It all started two Christmases ago when people began giving each other stainless steel tubes wrapped in muslin with matching cleaners to boot. Back then, metal straws catered to the niche market of individuals who wanted to cut down on waste or
"Garments are discarded every day and an easy way to help the environment is to give clothes a second life."
Did you know that, second to oil, the clothing and textile industry is the largest polluter in the world? Just think about it: Remember that dress you threw out because you spilled soy sauce all over the front? It's probably sitting in
She's the brain behind global brand Relevé Fashion.
Fashion is an art form that everyone gets to participate in. But in the midst of this multi-billion dollar industry lies the sad truth: It is one of the industries that leave the biggest carbon footprint in the world. While we all
There are cool people who want to save the world. Let's join them.
In the not-so-distant past, there was a cartoon called Captain Planet (Google it, kids) that was about a superhero called upon by a bunch of teenagers wearing magic rings. Hokey, concept? Absolutely. But it was a progressive show even for its time.It
Enough with the single-use materials!
When planning a wedding, the impending mountain of expenses is always the first thing a couple is concerned with. But for others, it's the impact of their event on the environment. Think about this: Did you know that your beautiful, freshly-cut bridal
Five lessons from MUNI Meetup’s Reimagining Local Fashion talk.
If you love fashion, then most likely you’d want to keep up with particular trends. We at Preview do, too, and it’s the very reason why we can truly appreciate fast fashion! Right? So cheap, so updated, always on sale! It seems
The new forward-thinking movement might be the next It thing.
Leave it to the outspoken, sustainable fashion advocate Emma Watson to strut into the Met Gala last year in a gown made of recycled plastic bottles and organic silk. With new advances in fashion and technology, a ball gown made of, well,
Fashion girls, it's time to cut down on that carbon footprint.
Despite what stereotypes dictate, being more eco-friendly is incredibly simple. A few tweaks to our everyday choices can make all the difference! And to prove just how simple it is, we gathered a list of fashion girl-centric deeds that can help save
"From you, to us, to others."
Sustainable fashion is now on trend.Fast fashion has long been a part of the growing textile wastage around the globe. It's the ugly side of the business; but as we're becoming more conscious of this dilemma, we learn that we don't have
And it’s washable, too!
Sounds too good to be true? It does sound like an oxymoron; but it exists.Marrying traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design, Uashmama is an Italian brand that creates a range of products made of washable paper with the texture of leather. Marco Marconi,
Green is the new black.
Ten up-and-coming designers from Asia and Europe were called to take part in The Redress Forum 2016: Ford Design Challenge in Hong Kong and were asked to come up with statement outfits from sustainable seat fabrics used in Ford vehicles—a view of how