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Sexy Sustainable Lingerie Lust – The Fierce Edit

Scratchy hemp undies? Basic organic cotton bras? Nope! There’s more sexy sustainable lingerie available than you’d think! By Chantal Brocca Think sustainable lingerie means an organic cotton bra and panties that sag on your butt after one wash? Think…

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How To Do Grunge Fashion Sustainably

Wondering how to do 21st century grunge fashion, sustainably? Read on…. By Chantal Brocca Yes, we all love grunge fashion. In fact, more than in the style itself, I’d say we’re enamored with the idea of grunge; the idea…

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What’s Plant Based Fashion, Exactly?

What’s the difference between plant based fashion and vegan fashion? We explain! By Chantal Brocca Flower prints and embroidery patterns have been a part of new season fashion trends and grandparents’ wallpapers for years, constantly showing up on mood…

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They Made Your Clothes: Panah Sustainable Fashion

By Chantal Brocca Who Made Your Clothes? It’s a question asked by a certain revolutionary movement. A movement that’s loud. That’s global. That’s like none ever before it  (read: this one comes with thigh high faux leather boots and…

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Mending Gets Trending: Upcycled Patchwork Jeans

These upcycled patchwork jeans brands illustrate beautifully why mending is trending By Chantal Brocca What is that one item of clothing, that life central, can’t live without, beat all expectations gold nugget – even on a fat day –…

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10 Top Fashion Illustrators Who Blow Our Minds

Love delving into fashion design? These top fashion illustrators make it truly come to life! By Chantal Brocca What better way to view fashion than through the eyes of an illustrator? You don’t just get the piece itself: you…

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The Philosophy of Sustainable Fashion by Thoreau

By Chantal Brocca   This one’s been on our radar for awhile now. While everyone’s out there looking for a bigger and brighter carefully curated, meticulously constructed version of sustainable sartorialism, someone finally actually went out and did it.…