Filed under: Green Scene, On TT's Radar, Uncategorized | Tags: Akanksha Foundation, sheena matheiken, sustainable fashion, uniform project
Sheena Matheiken has vowed to wear just one dress for an entire year.¬† An “exercise in sustainable fashion,” Matheiken has created The Uniform Project to prove that one can be fashionable and inventive without being wasteful. She will actually have¬† 6 dresses, but they’re all the same uniform, which she will change up with “accessories and all kinds of accouterments, the majority of which will be vintage, hand-made, or hand-me-down goodies.”
This experiment is also a fundraiser for the Akanksha Foundation, a grassroots organization that aims to bring education to children in the slums of India.
Check out The Uniform Project website to donate money and accessories.
Filed under: Consume This, Green Scene | Tags: bubinga, eco, enviromentally-friendly, Sunglasses, sustainable fashion, wood
These Bubinga sunglasses are on sale at Green with Glamour. At $210 (originally $350), they’re not exactly† cheap, but they are made of eco-sustainable wood, and you don’t see that everyday.† They also come in a re-claimed leather case.