The diamond industry is still rife with conflict but Anna-Mieke Anderson is rewriting that story. She chats with The Peahen about lab-grown stones, ethics, and the state of modern weddings.
The Future of Fashion Depends on These Five Things
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Sophia Smith, an Aussie with a passion for sustainable fashion. [/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]Sustainability has been one of the top buzzwords in the fashion industry, but big systemic changes are certainly easier said than done. Eva Kruse, the chief executive and president of the Danish Fashion Institute and Global Fashion Agenda, has been pushing the sustainability agenda …
Better Together: Fashion, Feminism, and Philanthropy
One woman’s fierce quest to fight sex trafficking with sales from modern porcelain jewelry. This is the first post in Scout’s series on feminist fashion.
What Does ‘Artisan-Made’ Fashion Mean Today?
Artisan-made fashion is in vogue but can we define it? What does it take? And how can we tell if it’s real? I talk to three pioneering brands to find out the answers.
The Truth About H&M’s “Sustainable Fashion”
Is the world’s second-largest fast-fashion brand a mess of conscious contradictions or the only big business making sustainable fashion mainstream? Nadia Dawisha reports.
Is Method Soap Really Ethical?
Francesca Willow investigates the ethics and sustainability of home cleaning megabrand Method and its sister company, Ecover.
The Ocean Is Paying The Price for Our Athleisure Addiction
There’s a new plastic scourge on the ocean. In the U.S., it’s a bigger problem than plastic water bottles, fishing nets, and other of the common plastic debris you see on the beach. Yet it’s invisible to the naked eye. Shocker: it’s coming from our clothes.