Culture Dose | Decolonizing The World | Compost NYC | World is Burning Podcast

Join us as we tune into a webinar about decolonizing fashion, groove along with Nate and Hila’s music video about composting, and listen to the World is Burning podcast to stay informed about the impacts of climate change. We promise that spending some time with these amazing Earth Month resources will leave you feeling inspired and motivated to take action.

The Day the World Stops Shopping

Our review Ever-increasing consumption by ever-increasing numbers of people is devouring the world. So why not try to save it by reducing consumption? What would happen if everybody stopped shopping? … Read more

the anti-capitalist book of fashion

The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion

Tansy Hoskins wrote Stitched Up in 2014. The book was a fresh and radical take on fashion and capitalism, destruction and resistance, climate and land, billionaires and workers. It addressed … Read more


5 Signs of Greenwashing to Watch For

These days, greenwashed is the new black – here’s how to avoid buying into the trend Greenwashing – the practice of marketing a product to make it appear more eco-friendly … Read more

From Fashion Addiction To Art

Isabel Varela’s Cothes: Minded and Repurposed visually captures her journey from 100k in debt shopping addict to a woman with a healthy relationship with fashion.


Fast Fashion Meets Sustainability?

As of late, the fast-fashion retailer Boohoo has made quite a storm amongst the masses. The UK-based brand, privy to partnerships with influencers and past Love Island contestants, has unveiled … Read more

The African Fashion Scene: An Interview with Insider Hadeel Osman

A lot of Western media is biased towards west Africa – people talk about Nigeria, Ghana, and South Africa and nobody really talks about the rest of the continent. But we have fashion markets and creative economies in east, north, and central Africa as well, and I do think that it is important to highlight them.