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Get in on the electrifying "body collage" movement.
Now, this trend is literally eye candy. We're sure you've seen it: tiled tops, often in vibrant colors, given personality by exposed seams and mismatched textiles. The patchwork top is emblematic of the wildly growing interest in upcycling, (or "reworking"), and turning
Once they restock, we'll be shopping 'til we drop!
If you've ever been to a tailor shop, then you've probably seen a bunch of leftover fabric scraps randomly lying around somewhere. In case you didn't know, in Filipino, these are what you call retaso. Most of the time, these textiles just
These stylish pieces from local brands will be your new go-to!
Every woman should have that go-to dress she can easily wear on the daily when she feels as if she has "nothing to wear." And when you have no idea what to throw on, an easy-to-style slip dress is your best bet! It’s
Get started with a stylish and sustainable lifestyle right here.
When talking about sustainable fashion, the idea of thrifting clothes is something that’s all too familiar with us now. However, aside from thrifting, reworked clothes is also a creative way to do it. Countless Tiktok videos feature old clothes getting turned into
Know where to cop the latest trend without breaking the bank.
If you’ve been following all the cool girls of Instagram, you must’ve noticed the resurgence of some popular Y2K trends and comfy ‘90s fits. One look we’ve seen popping up on our feeds on the reg is the “dad trend”, characterized by
Shop and save Earth!
We live in the age of fast fashion. Every piece of clothing you could ask for is both affordable and instantly available. The clothes may seem affordable until you take a look at the real cost: 92 million tons of waste and
Singer Jess Connelly is teaming up with fashion brand TOQA to lend a helping hand
The horrors of typhoon season have greatly affected so many of our fellow countrymen and in an action to help, Filipino-Australian popstar Jess Connelly and sustainable high fashion brand TOQA have joined forces in the means of typhoon relief. TOP STORY: Did You Know? All
FYI, there are more things to give than just metal straws!
Long gone are the days wherein metal straws are the only gifts for your eco-conscious friends! As environmental awareness continues to grow, plenty of Insta shops are selling cleaner, greener, and unique alternatives to the usual single-use plastics. Your purchase makes an
From cropped vests, tennis skirts, to oversized baggy pants—this online shop has it all.
There’s no denying that the noughties is taking over the closets of many—and we don’t just mean Gen Z stylephiles. The early 2000s was a very fun, bizarre, and ironic period for fashion where sartorial rules were deliberately broken, making way for
Their prices start at P250!
Gearing towards more sustainable fashion choices doesn't have to be heavy on your wallet. If you're already shopping less, thrifting, or DIY-ing clothes at home, you're already on the right track. When you do want to add new pieces to your closet,
The items are mostly from ukay-ukay and her grandmother's wardrobe.
The concept of the “thrift flip” is becoming increasingly popular amongst fashionistas. For those who aren’t aware of it, it’s the process of upcycling used clothes into brand new items. Well, whether or not you’ve seen a ton of thrift flip videos
Here are 10 cute, sustainable, and locally-made dresses you need in your closet, stat!
There’s nothing like embracing your femininity with a good comfy dress. They are not only easy to wear, but they also make you look effortlessly chic and fresh. Dresses are also a nice go-to option for days when you don't know what
Upcycling your old clothes never looked this cool.
Closet cleanse is always a good practice. Ridding your wardrobe of things that don't fit or that you haven't worn in the past six months will not only save you precious space, but it will let you re-evaluate your personal taste, too.
Meet Jann Christian Bungcaras.
The Redress Design Award is a sustainable fashion design competition organized by Hong Kong-based NGO Redress. The prestigious contest brings together applications from 49 countries, and here’s some good news for you: A Filipino designer was accepted as one of the semi-finalists!Jann Christian
More and more YouTube channels are generating sustainable content.
There’s no denying that YouTube, like other social media platforms, is extremely influential, given its worldwide reach and the freedom it gives users to create their own content. This gives vloggers a substantial amount of power in their hands, especially those with
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
Thrift shopping with a twist!
Looking for ways to make your lifestyle more sustainable? One of the biggest generators of excess waste in the world is clothing. Not only does the process of making it often result in a lot of discarded material, but it's also an
The clothing company continues its new sustainable initiatives.
You often hear of fashion companies rethinking existing business models and updating to more sustainable options. The truth is most just follow the industry standard of using 30 percent recycled cotton which, granted, still makes a difference at the end of the
These classic pieces deserve a spot in your wardrobe.
Did you know that the fashion industry is one of the biggest contributors of waste around the world? We understand that it's a difficult issue to work around for those trying to live a more sustainable lifestyle—clothing is, after all, such a
Romanian designer Ancuta Sarca makes sustainable footwear and easier and chicer option.
Some think that one's taste in footwear is either black or white—one is either a high heel afficionado or a trainers gal. That's not if Ancuta Sarca has anything to say about it. The up-and-coming Romanian-born, London-based designer made her big debut