Tag Archives: Sustainability

the rag trade, fabscrap

the rag trade,  fabscrap “The Rag Trade,” there’s a nostalgic feeling that comes with that term, stereotypes in abundance. Men wheeling racks of garments, wrapped in plastic, down the street, in the garment district in this, my city.  Leggy models strutting down the same streets for fittings. Dealers of everything from zippers to lace, perhaps […]

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slow, ethical, and sustainable gift list

slow, ethical, and sustainable bathsheva hay good things, small packages quoting Slow, Ethical, Sustainable Behida Dadolić By now you know the mantra: slow, ethical, and sustainable fashion is what I believe, and I hope you do too, we should be looking for in fashion. I’m not expecting 100% adherence from myself or others, I’m just […]

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better cotton, better clothes

“Recycling vintage denim, sourcing sustainable cotton, and improving wash processes from start to finish, are just some of the ways that Gap is working to make denim that looks good and feels good, inside and out.” The Good News Right next door to the Gap store on Fifth Avenue, is a small pop-up shop also […]

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male female, complimentary

Complimentary Men and women are not supposed to compliment each other, ever. That’s what I’ve been noticing anway. Compliments like: “that suit looks good on you,” “nice earrings,” or a generic, “you look good today,” are considered inappropriate. To be sure, when I’m walking down the street, and some random man leers at me and does the […]

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