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Learn 5 Ways to Build an Ethical Capsule Wardrobe
3 months ago

Learn 5 Ways to Build an Ethical Capsule Wardrobe

You’ve probably heard of the magical appeal of a capsule wardrobe, which basically means narrowing down your entire closet to a few pieces that work well together. But when we’re …
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8 Brands Fighting Human Trafficking You Need to Know About
5 months ago

8 Brands Fighting Human Trafficking You Need to Know About

The sad truth is that human trafficking is all around us. It’s on the internet. In in our cities. And it’s even in our clothes, accessories, and home goods.

How …
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How to Shop for Good this Holiday! A Beginner’s Guide to Conscious Gifting
6 months ago

How to Shop for Good this Holiday! A Beginner’s Guide to Conscious Gifting

Curated by Melissa Wong of House of Gratia et Caritas (House of G&C Store in Los Angeles)

Shopping for the holidays might not be at the top of everyone’s to …
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Holiday Conscious Gift Guide Curated by House of G&C
7 months ago

Holiday Conscious Gift Guide Curated by House of G&C

Creating a home for a global community of conversation changers to empower people everywhere offers quite the reason to celebrate. For Holiday 2018, we’re honored to curate a collection …
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Advocating for Stronger Voices In Developing Nations
11 months ago

Advocating for Stronger Voices In Developing Nations

Some days genuinely are overwhelming. We hear about disasters, we hear about starvation, we hear about tragedy and slavery and injustice. We can read books, watch documentaries and even take …
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CSAO: Creating Jobs and Providing Artisan Workers in Africa with Sustainable Incomes
11 months ago

CSAO: Creating Jobs and Providing Artisan Workers in Africa with Sustainable Incomes

Born and raised in Senegal Africa, Ondine Saglio speaks very fondly of the first years of her life. Through her father’s work as an ethnologist, the free-spirited, Ondine lived …
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Dress Like You Care Manifesto
1 year ago

Dress Like You Care Manifesto

DRESS LIKE YOU CARE!

Coco Chanel wanted to empower women. She took her innovative ideas of style, strength and empowerment and incorporated those in her designs and in her brand’s …
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Where Are We Now 5 Years After The Rana Plaza Collapse
1 year ago

Where Are We Now 5 Years After The Rana Plaza Collapse

In the five years since the Rana Plaza Collapse, as it has become known, more and more of the public has grown aware of the difficulties surrounding the textile and …
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What Does Breaking Up With Fast Fashion Have To Do With Women’s Empowerment? Everything.
1 year ago

What Does Breaking Up With Fast Fashion Have To Do With Women’s Empowerment? Everything.

I vividly remember my favorite denim jacket starting to fray, and my ironing on a Madonna patch. That’s what we did in the 1990s. Loved, repaired and personalized our fashion …
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7 Brands Fighting Human Trafficking You Need To Know About
1 year ago

7 Brands Fighting Human Trafficking You Need To Know About

The International Labour Organization estimates that there are 20.9 million victims of human trafficking globally. A staggering 26% of them are children, and 55% are women and girls. Although there …
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8 Companies To Shop That Support Systemic Change In Business
1 year ago

8 Companies To Shop That Support Systemic Change In Business

As an advocate for social justice, I think a lot about changing the world. The idea of eliminating sex trafficking from the world can seem like an overwhelming mission and …
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State Bags Launches #WhatDoWeTellTheKids Initiative and Day of Generosity in Chicago
2 years ago

State Bags Launches #WhatDoWeTellTheKids Initiative and Day of Generosity in Chicago

A story where the answer is in the investment. 

“What do we tell the kids?”, a question the State Bags Co-Founders, Scot and Jacqueline Tatelman, asked themselves when only …
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CONSCIOUS x THR3EFOLD | The Best Ethical Brands for a Perfect Summer’s Day
2 years ago

CONSCIOUS x THR3EFOLD | The Best Ethical Brands for a Perfect Summer’s Day

Summer is winding down, but there is still plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors. I love finding as many ways to soak in the glorious rays as possible and …
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The People Fueling a Fashion Revolution
2 years ago

The People Fueling a Fashion Revolution

This Spring THR3EFOLD and Conscious Magazine joined with Bond Collective in their beautiful industrial venue, The Mezannine in New York City’s Financial District, to celebrate a movement that is changing …
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Female Entrepreneur Creates Technology Platform to Solve Fashion Industry Challenges
2 years ago

Female Entrepreneur Creates Technology Platform to Solve Fashion Industry Challenges

You may not yet know Alexandra Van Houtte by name, but if you’re interested in fashion, you are probably familiar with her work. She’s the founder of Tag Walk …
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6 Ways to Apply Design Thinking to a World in Need
2 years ago

6 Ways to Apply Design Thinking to a World in Need

Anchal believes that design can change lives. We embrace design thinking to create innovative and strategic solutions that address the exploitation of women through employment opportunities, products, and markets that …
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Conscious Consumerism Leads to Water Conservation
2 years ago

Conscious Consumerism Leads to Water Conservation

In honor of World Water Day, recognized annually on March 22, and its 2017 theme of “Wastewater,” it is fitting to talk about one of the largest polluters of water …
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Slow Fashion—Made To Outlast Trends
2 years ago

Slow Fashion—Made To Outlast Trends

Within the last decade, and more rapidly in the last two years, there has been a lot of talk about our clothes and the impact they are having on our …
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Love 41: Actively Involved In The Welfare Of The Rwandan Community
3 years ago

Love 41: Actively Involved In The Welfare Of The Rwandan Community

Each year nearly 25% of Americans participate in some volunteer work. More often than not, many of us come away from volunteering – whether it be a one-time charity event …
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The Kula Project On Why Listening Creates Powerful Opportunity For Farmers in Rwanda
3 years ago

The Kula Project On Why Listening Creates Powerful Opportunity For Farmers in Rwanda

“The reason I think poverty is still where it is is because we do not listen.” -Sarah Buchanan, Co-Founder of Kula Project

By definition, The Kula Project is a charity. …
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The Founders of Chilote Shoes Are Empowering Women Artisans In Patagonia Through Design And Sustainability
3 years ago

The Founders of Chilote Shoes Are Empowering Women Artisans In Patagonia Through Design And Sustainability

Through the founding of fashion forward enterprise, Chilote Shoes, Francisca Appacel and Stiven Kerestegian are transforming the lives of artisan women while keeping their vibrant heritage alive in Patagonia. The …
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3 Ways We Can Be Freedom Fighters For Women Around the World
3 years ago

3 Ways We Can Be Freedom Fighters For Women Around the World

Modern day slavery, human trafficking, unfair working conditions and wages, these are all great offenses on one’s human rights. According to Equality Now, trafficking women and children for sexual exploitation …
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Empower Workers and Support Human Rights with your Thoughtful Purchases
3 years ago

Empower Workers and Support Human Rights with your Thoughtful Purchases

The way we spend our money speaks volumes about who we are and what kind of world we want to live in. How we use our money is profoundly …
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The Adventure Project—Revolutionizing Charity, One Entrepreneur At A Time
3 years ago

The Adventure Project—Revolutionizing Charity, One Entrepreneur At A Time

“I am no longer scrambling to provide for my family. I am proud to be a business-woman, farmer, and mother.” – Monika, a Farmer in Kenya of The Adventure Project


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3 Ways We Empower Women Through Ethical Fashion
3 years ago

3 Ways We Empower Women Through Ethical Fashion

If you didn’t know, the majority of the apparel we wear is made by women in developing countries, in unpleasant and cruel environments. This is a reality. According to …
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