When you love the Earth, you love yourself! This is why for this edition of Etherealism, I am dedicated to bringing awareness to websites that are not only sustainable but make your life better. Especially because I know how hard it can be to find the resources yourself!
The Green Labels is an online shop & Marketplace focused on helping you find sustainable fashion and beauty products. So far they have partnered with over 40+ brands to help consumers shop based on their values such as veganism, clean processing, local shops, and waste reduction.
An ethical brand directory that helps men find eco-friendly clothing companies.
ThreadUP is an online thrift store that allows people to buy and sell their clothing.
Good on You is a brand directory that rates clothing companies based on how sustainable the company is.
This is a comprehensive eco review of the different textiles (materials) out there and which ones to use and avoid.
Project Drawdown is a nonprofit organization that seeks to help the world reach “Drawdown”— the future point in time when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline.
Teaches you how to grow your own homemade products using Mycelium.
Learn about the environmental impact of fast fashion from our very own Editor In Chief, Elisa Thelvarik.
A great course on how to think about sustainability and fashion when working in the industry.
An interactive site that explains how your choices impact the environment. It also gives simple tips on becoming more eco-friendly.
Sign the Petition to hold brands accountable and build a fair future for garment workers in 7 Actions.
Connects families and households with restaurants to get unsold foods at a discount.
Live events that allow consumers to listen to designers across the world talk about their experience in the industry.