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Raquel Allegra’s Three Rivers Distressed Dress

Raquel Allegra’s top secret distressing technique that she uses with her L.A. County Jail duds, turns thin t-shirts into sheer dresses, flowing tunic tops and amazing accent scarves. These pieces bring just enough rock to the look so that we all have access. I also recommend having a peek at […]

On Trend: Nautical Stripes

Classic and timeless, nautical stripes signal the arrival of warm summer days. It seems like every year, when summer rolls around, stripes in all shapes and forms reappear. Maybe this is because of the summery nautical vibe they inspire or simply because they are timeless and never go out of […]

3 Pieces to Buy Now (On Sale) to Wear Later

Holiday shopping is almost as exciting as the post-holiday sale shopping that comes on in full force during the month of January. I’ve scooped up beautiful handbags, shoes, jackets and jewelry during this time of the year that I would have never been able to afford otherwise. In the first […]

{r}evolution Reel: Where Does the Money Go?

If you’re new here, we’re on a road trip down the West Coast this summer with our sustainable clothing company, {r}evolution apparel. You can track our journey here, here, and here! Money. It’s what makes the world go round. We think about money a lot. We used to be bargain bin, after-Christmas-sale kind of girls. […]

Where is Sustainable Fashion Headed in 2014?

In the face of both triumph and tragedy, fashion’s masked and intricate supply chain is becoming more transparent. So where is the industry headed in 2014? I never ever dreamed I would find myself working in the fashion industry. But never say never right? And somewhere between scraping plates for […]

Prancing Around in Print Pants

The graphic trend may have seemed destined just for summer dresses and tie-dyed tops, but summertime infuses a vibrant spirit into all of us and so the trend spreads – to print pants! Zig-zags, animal prints, and techno ethnic prints are staking their claim in the summer trend scene. Good […]

Industry of all Nations: Ethical Production & Preserving Cultural Traditions

LA-based label Industry of All Nations works with producers in seven countries to produce goods that adhere to strict sustainability and ethical standards and help preserve culture and tradition. With all the factory tragedies, overseas garment production has gotten a (sometimes very well-deserved) bad reputation. However, there are companies out […]

Canadian Chic with Jessie May

Canadian designer Jessie May’s self-named line of casual knitwear has been making its way into U.S. boutiques over the past few years and the pieces have become a sleeper-hit among eco-minded notables. The newest lines feature an increasingly organic selection of bamboo, creamy cotton “cashmere” and modal jersey knitwear. The […]

EcoSalon Shops! Presents: Ryann

Raina Blyer launched her line, Ryann, in the summer of 2005, with the idea to use fashion as a platform for environmental and social issues. On her site she says: “I was not a scientist, but could use what I knew and loved to help make a difference and get […]

Embrace Eclectic Style a la Kate Moss

Kate Moss has secured her status as a modern-day style icon, and such a position doesn’t come without merit. Celebrating her fabulous style that is constantly changing and yet always translates as a ‘Kate Moss’ look, we’ve decided to dissect her signature style and provide you with eco-staples to achieve her effortless eclectic look. […]

DIY: 10 Easy Wardrobe Updates For Fall

Ten clever, easy-to-do DIY clothing revamp projects to update and transition your wardrobe into fall. Labor day may have officially signaled the end of summer, but its not quite time to go out and buy fall clothing yet. Skip the store and scratch the itch to buy something new by […]

Made in the USA: Neutrals

This week, we celebrate the USA by highlighting some of the great design that is also made here on our home turf. This week is all about celebrating the United States of America, and we do that by highlighting some of the great design that is done here on our […]

EcoSalon Editor’s Picks: Johanna Björk

EcoSalon’s fashion columnist and recent West Coast transplant Johanna Björk shows us how she plans to accessorize her favorite washed-out gray denim and white tank this summer. Ever wondered how our editors channel this season’s trends to complement the favorite pieces in their own wardrobes? Well, look no further. Today […]

On Trend: Au Natural

Less serious than black, natural hues are great complements to bright colors and make for good investment pieces. Everyone seems to be talking about the bright colors these days, but there were plenty of natural hues seen on the runway during the latest edition of fashion weeks. For those of […]

Swimming Against the Mainstream Fashion Current

Fact: It takes over 1,800 gallons of water to grow enough cotton to make 1 pair of jeans, and over 400 gallons of water to make one t-shirt. The water crisis conversation is growing exponentially. Fears of losing access to potable water face a growing number of people across the […]

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3 Must-Have Luxury Vegan Fashion Looks for Fabulous Cruelty-Free Style

Luxury vegan fashion lovers rejoice, because cruelty-free organic fabrics, vegetable dyes, and upcycled materials can also come with a hearty dose of opulence. Sustainable sources, creative repurposing, and keen attention to detail are just a few of the awesometastic features boasted by these eco-loving vegan fashion masterminds. But are they […]

7 Awesome, Influential Women in Sustainable Fashion

Women have been the driving force behind sustainable  fashion, and we want to honor some of the industry’s most awesome ladies by highlighting their achievements and undeniable passion for creating a fashion system that serves us all! 1. Yael Aflalo This LA based dame first started her fashion career as […]

You Might Be Able to Start A Clothing Line in Your Bathtub

Along Brooklyn’s west-side waterfront, not far from the Bay Ridge neighborhood where many of our immigrant grandparents grew up, there is a woman working to start a clothing line in a biotech lab. It all started when Suzanne Lee, a British-born fashion designer, was writing “Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow’s Wardrobe,” a […]

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7 Awesome, Influential Women in Sustainable Fashion

Women have been the driving force behind sustainable  fashion, and we want to honor some of the industry’s most awesome ladies by highlighting their achievements and undeniable passion for creating a fashion system that serves us all! 1. Yael Aflalo This LA based dame first started her fashion career as […]

3 Must-Have Luxury Vegan Fashion Looks for Fabulous Cruelty-Free Style

Luxury vegan fashion lovers rejoice, because cruelty-free organic fabrics, vegetable dyes, and upcycled materials can also come with a hearty dose of opulence. Sustainable sources, creative repurposing, and keen attention to detail are just a few of the awesometastic features boasted by these eco-loving vegan fashion masterminds. But are they […]

You Might Be Able to Start A Clothing Line in Your Bathtub

Along Brooklyn’s west-side waterfront, not far from the Bay Ridge neighborhood where many of our immigrant grandparents grew up, there is a woman working to start a clothing line in a biotech lab. It all started when Suzanne Lee, a British-born fashion designer, was writing “Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow’s Wardrobe,” a […]