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STORIES OF FLOURISH

Curious about Responsible Manufacturing? Read all about eco-friendly materials, processes, zero-waste craft techniques, and more!

Inclusive Design ft Tintory

The focus of fashion has historically never been on inclusion, authenticity, or on the expression of who you are. Most people have to forego their authentic selves to fit into stylish fashionable molds.

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Color Stories

Each Natural Dye has a story. Natural colors are free of chemicals and toxins, they are made with consideration to the planet and are better for the well-being of the wearer. Extracting the colors from natural materials like flowers, herbs, roots, plants residues, etc,  is often an exciting process.

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Ethical Clothing

Amidst all the sustaina-babble, terms like ethical clothing are thrown around for attention. The world is slowly realizing the need and beauty of long-lasting handmade clothing, made in harmony with nature, not at the expense of it.

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Our Way of Life

Explore green living practices and sustainable ways of life with ideas from around the world!

A Brief History of Living Rooms

From death rooms to social living rooms to private living rooms where you spent most of your time during the pandemic, the living rooms have a fascinating history.

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Fast Fashion

It’s a big day for you: you may be putting your best foot forward in a job interview, heading to a party where you’re meeting new people, going on that exciting first date, or (finally) meeting up with some friends for lunch after what feels like a lightyear of quarantine.

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Sustainable Glossary

With all of the jargon surrounding sustainability and green living today, it is hard to keep up.  We have put together the first list in our series of “sustainable glossary” articles; we hope this is helpful

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OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE

Read more to be inspired by the Changemakers we admire and their collaborative initiatives.

Building an empowering business with Sonica Sarna

Sonica Sarna’s years of experience in the export sector, as a consultant,  with her own eponymous label, and building Project rive, have given her a lot to think about and act on as she built her version of an empowering business.

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I made your clothes

It is easy when you are shopping for clothes, either online or in a store, to not consider your purchase’s origins: what is it made of? How was it made? Who made it? There is a disconnection between consumers and producers, and the Who Made My Clothes movement aims to address and rectify this situation.

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The Cooperative

You have likely heard the term co-op before, and what comes to mind for many is often a local grocery store selling artisanal food.  While this is certainly true, the cooperative model has been adopted by many different types of organizations, and has a high potential for creating positive social impact for its members.

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The Collective

Discover ideas and perspectives on mindful living, creating, and more!

DIY: Tin Can-do!

Every year, over 1.5 million tons of waste is created from aluminum containers and cans being thrown into landfills rather than into recycling.  However, aluminum cans are 100% recyclable, and there is no limit to how many times it can be repurposed.

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Cooperative Play

Cooperative play is a useful tool in creating an opportunity for children to learn various life skills through play. It enhances creative thinking and social skills amongst many others.

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Power of Pockets

It is a fair assumption that more women have pondered this question in frustration more times than men. Pockets have always been a functional addition to apparel, and the design world has prioritized functionality over aesthetics in men’s clothing but seldom in clothing for women.

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