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"Netflix of Fashion" Wants You to "Stream" Your Everyday Clothes

Photo by Milada Vigerova/Unsplash Of all the clothes you own, how many end up gathering dust in your closet? If you’re anything like the average woman, it’s probably about…

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This App Lets You Know How Ethical Your Fashion Brands Are

Photo by Shutterstock On the heels of Black Friday and into holiday shopping season, a new app will let Australian shoppers make more ethical choices. Good on You not only clues in…

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Upshift Swap Shop Ships Gently Used Clothing to Your Door

Photo by Shutterstock Sustainable shoppers in Madison, Wisconsin have enjoyed trading in quality clothing at Upshift, but soon swap savvy shoppers across the country will be able to…

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Mysource Wants to Take Sustainable Fashion From Niche to Norm

On Wednesday, Baroness Lola Young of Hornsey and Tamsin Lejeune, Ethical Fashion Forum CEO, gathered more than 30 fashion industry insiders, including Catarina Midby of H&M, the…

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Ethical Fashion Forum Launches "Match.com" for Sustainable Fashion Businesses

The Ethical Fashion Forum wants to “do fashion better.” To achieve that, the London-based industry body is shoring up its arsenal of tools and services to help fashion…

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LUSH Dupes Fur Buyers With Bogus Discount Website

Cruelty-free cosmetic company LUSH knows that the fashion industry’s obsession with fur is heightened as colder months are upon us, so the ethical retailer has launched a new campaign…

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JUST: An Online Platform That Traces Your Clothing's Journey

Ethical production in the fashion industry may be more common than ever before, but for a long time there has been a missing link in the supply chain. New start up JUST, co-founded by…

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Find Out How Your Favorite Brands "MeasureUp" With This Online Tool

Does Topshop pay its workers enough to live on? Which is more ethical: Adidas or Nike? How often does Patagonia audit its factories? For answers, head to MeasureUp, a not-for-profit…

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StyleLend is the Airbnb of Women's Closets

Just call StyleLend the “Airbnb of dresses.” Founded by model-turned-entrepreneur Lona Alia Duncan, the peer-to-peer marketplace enables women to access the “infinite…

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"Avoid" Browser Plugin Blocks Out Clothing Made by Child Laborers

Photo by Claudine Van Massenhove/Shutterstock If there’s one thing you don’t want weighing down your online shopping cart, it’s the more than 73 million child laborers…

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U.K.'s "Love Your Clothes" Campaign Helps You Do More With Less

Could “love your clothes” be the new “make do and mend”? Waste & Resources Action Programme is banking on it. The Banbury, England-based nonprofit, which…

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PETA's Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide Shows You "How to Wear Vegan"

Just in time for the holiday shopping craze, PETA has launched a website that takes the guesswork out of buying cruelty-free gifts. How to Wear Vegan has all the information you need to…

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Darby Smart Takes the Guesswork Out of DIY Fashion Projects

If you’re crafty but too busy to get to the art supply store, then Darby Smart is for you. The adorable web store collects all the best DIY home and fashion projects, and translates…

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Zady: An E-Commerce Platform for the Post–Rana Plaza Consumer

The days of new e-commerce fashion start-ups launching without a conscience might be a thing of the past. Consider Everlane, Durated or new sustainably minded retail start-up Zady…

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Durated's E-Commerce Platform Tracks Products From Cradle to Grave

Do you know how that dress, sustainable or not, got to you and the many people it took to create it? Durated wants you to. With total transparency from cradle to grave, the founders of…

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Bib + Tuck is an Online Community for People to Shop Without Spending

There’s organic, upcycled, recycled, vintage, and many other ways you can find an outlet to be a more conscious shopper. But Bib + Tuck, a members-only online community for women,…

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Everlane's Quality-Over-Quantity E-Commerce Model Espouses Less is More

Michael Preysman founded Everlane in November 2011 with the goal of overhauling the typical retail experience. Having quit his job at a venture-capital firm in San Francisco, Preysman…

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"Re-Commerce Boutiques" Put a Fresh Spin on Consignment Shopping

Move over eBay: The next wave of resale shopping is here. Akin to brick-and-mortar boutiques, Twice and Threadflip auctions for more personalized shopping that reaches a broad audience…

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