Amanda Judge

How Can We Make Sure Our Clothes Weren't Produced in a Sweatshop?

Photo by A. M. Ahad for Associated Press The structural collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, which has claimed the lives of over 300 people, is a horrific tragedy that raises…

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Does Buying Socially Responsible Products Really Make a Difference?

Can you actually “do good” by shopping ethically? And what about the claim that we change the world with our purchasing power? If we can, it means great things for the future. One…

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Andean Collection Adds Felt Fedoras, Infinity Scarves; Unveils New Logo

COLOR ERUPTION Named after Ecuador’s fourth-highest volcano, Antisana heralds another seismic shift—a new look and logo for the nearly three-year-old company. Expect dressier…

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The Andean Collection's Fall 2010 Jewelry Line Is As Ethical As It Is Elegant

CIRCLE CHAIN NECKLACE Of the new line, one of our favorite pieces is the Circle Chain Necklace ($98), which pairs layers of metal chain with polished tagua loops for a modern…

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The Andean Collection: Nature's Jewels Provide Better Life for Women in Ecuador

The Circle Cascade is a bold bib necklace made of carefully carved Tagua nuts If, as a child, you ever picked through shrubbery for the perfect berry to adorn your crown of wildflowers,…

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