Terra Thread: organic, fair trade, and affordable bags

Who they are:  A California based company that loves the earth so much that they named themselves after her! What they do:  Bags, bags, all types of bags! Why we love them:  They use certified organic cotton to make their bags at a fair trade certified factory and sell them at an affordable price. TRIPLE…

Threading Water: fair trade shirts with a mission

Threading Water is a Moral Women approved 👌 company, for a couple reasons. Their shirts are SUPER soft. Like, softer than soft. ‘I’d wear this shirt for infinity if I didn’t have to shower’ soft. They’re made in WRAP certified factories, oh yeah😎 They have AMBITION! Check out their mission: Our mission is simple: Provide clean water…

NIA: ‘eco-friendly knitwear for an unpredictable life.’

What makes this choker(and all of NIA’s clothes!) ethical? 1. The whole process is done at the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator, right in our backyard! 2. It’s made by MACHINES(so futuristic!). Computerized knitting ensures that only the exact amount of yarn necessary to make the clothes is used– no extra yarn to be thrown…

Happy Fox Studios: Upcycled Jewelry

Upcycle(v.) – to reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original. ♻️♻️♻️ @happyfoxstudiojewelry is the QUEEN of upcycling!! Check out her page– she handmakes awesome jewelry using pre-loved materials, like the earrings Kristen’s wearing as she confronts her inner self….

Noonday Collection: Fairtrade jewelry

Transparency in the fashion industry is so important. Everyone has a right to know who makes your clothes, and those who make your clothes have rights!! This necklace is from , a company that works closely with their jewelry designers and makers, making sure they have safe working conditions and fair pay. Artisans from Ecuador…