It is very important to buy from ethical designers, but how are these designers sustainable? Where do they get their fabrics? Who is making them? Well, the answer is companies, people, and amazing ethical manufacturers, like Sonica Sarna Design. Sonica works predominately with Indian women to make ethical/sustainable/eco-friendly/organic fabrics and clothing for designers all over the world. To learn more about Sonica Sarna Design, and her approach, please read Jejune’s exclusive interview here.
With the start of NYC Fashion Week on us, it is exciting to see fashion brands who have social causes on the brain and clothing! When fashion makes environmentalism trendy you can have a movement that spreads like wildfires, but wildfires of good. The Wild Soul Project is trying to do just that. They wish to communicate the importance of our plant in an easy approachable way that can become sexy, not just terrifying. And they are doing that with slow fashion, sustainable fabrics, and giving back!
Youngeun brings her edgy South Korean style to New York City in a sustainable way. To learn more about her and her creative designs, please read our exclusive interview here.
Deaf designer, By Mara, uses American Sign Language (ASL) signs on her clothing to celebrate her language and culture. To learn more about this passionate artist, please click here!
Getting your “time of the month” doesn’t have to be so bad anymore with the help of Thinx. Learn more about these sustainable, comfortable, and cute period panties here!
Indigenous, defined by google is originating or occurring naturally in a particular place. What a name for a clothing brand. Click here to learn more about this amazing brand, that was sustainable before that was a thing, and how they help improve the lives of the local native populations in Peru.
How is hope made? Well, in this case, it is by Columbian weavers. Fashion brand, Hope Made, makes beautiful fashion, and in the process they are give hope to different communities across South America. To learn more about this inspiring band, please click here!
Beautiful, timeless, and inspired by one of the coolest women alive, Stevie Nicks, Sisters of the Black Moon (SOTBM) is an instant classic for any wardrobe! Click here to learn more about SOTBM in Jejune’s exclusive interview.
LANDEROS NY has been carving a name for itself in the fashion scene since 2013. Inspired by Michel's "club kid" days, LANDEROS NY channels the aesthetics of New York's goth, new wave, and punk nightlife. LANDEROS NY is a self-described "genderless" clothing brand, distinguishing itself with bold cuts anyone can wear on a night out. See more from his latest NYFW19 show here!
Two words I never thought I would put into the same sentence are embroidery and feminism, but then I met Sophie King…
Mexican jewelry designer, Caralarga, is seeking natures best!
Check out Made In The USA designer: Christy + You here in Jejune.
Check out the menswear brand, Swonne. It’s sustainable and as Katie would say: “A Tad Mod, A Tad Rocker, A Tad Me.”
Check Out The Vegan Necklace, Sunburst, designed by Leyla Gans.
Men’s & Women’s Shoe line that is fashionable and vegan leather. Check out this shoe brand from London here in Jejune.
Check out Vagamundo, the clothing line that is eco-friendly! The fabrics are made from the designer’s personal travels, experiences, and passions that come to life here in Jejune.
Check out Eileen Fisher here in Jejune Magazine. Eileen Fisher is the first sustainable brand, plus she is heavily involved with women empowerment, and various charities. She is more than a designer, an Influencer and supporter of global issues and women.
The Streetwear and Unisex brand: Dead.Than.Cool featured in Jejune Magazine.
Check Out This Up & Coming Designer: Olivia Anthony, and her Streetwear Collection.
Read about “Slow Fashion” Designer John Paul Ataker here in Jejune.
Check out this luxurious unisex jewelry line from Miami Beach, Florida here in Jejune Magazine!
Women With Strong Female Friendships Have a Surprising Advantage Over the Rest of Us…Check Out Here in Jejune
Check out designs of Batista Collection, and how the designer Milagros host knitting sessions to help women that survived domestic violence. Women enduring domestic violence are usually offered very little support along the process, are frightened, and their self esteem is damaged and unfortunately broke, leaving the situation with nothing. Through this art of knitting Milagros helps connect to these victims and provides an income for selling product. Check out this article, a must read!
Check Out Sustainable Designer: Crawford Denim & Vintage Co. all photography shot by Bonnie Holland
Italy's RTW Designer: Francesca Liberatore has "A T-shirt For Life" cause to help Unicef develop Third World countries. Check it out exclusively in Jejune.
Check out Fashion Designer Jonathan Simkhai's T-shirt that supports a cause!
Jejune's Fashion Director, Alison Hernon attends NYFW and reports to us trends to come and highlights from the shows.
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, gives Jejune her recommended fashion documentary list. Grab some popcorn, sip some bubbles, bring over some friends and binge watch these movies.
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, shows us the top boots to buy for Winter and they are all sustainable!
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