What to Wear | Komodo


Komodo is a London-based retailer of sustainable fashion and accessories for both men and women. From jeans and jackets to t-shirts and sneakers, they offer a full range of products featuring organic cotton, hemp, responsible wool, etc. Their blog is also a great resource for retailers elsewhere in the world and innovations in sustainable fashion. Pictured above is their Herrington jacket.

What to Use | Origins for Men

Since 1990, Origins has offered grooming products for men that incorporate the best nature has to offer. Lucky for us, their line of men's products just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Pictured above is the Fire Fighter after shave.

What to Wear | Prana


We've been big fans of Prana since the early 2000s. They were initially major players in the yoga apparel world but as they've grown, their categories expanded and now include a broad range of apparel for climbing, travel, and general activewear.

Above you'll find their 2017 Holberg Full Zip Sweater, a great casual zip sweater with a sporty stripe down the arm.

Their range of sustainable materials and textiles includes organic cotton, recycled wool, hemp, recycled polyester, responsible down, fair trade, Fair Labor Association, and responsible forest materials.

Where to Stay | Element Hotels

Element Times Square

Starwood's Westin chain has created a new division of hotels called Element that focuses on balanced travel. The hotels include amenities that range from daylight-flooded rooms and healthy meals on the go to bikes and wine receptions.

What to Buy | Totem Candles


Looking to add some candles to your place or the perfect gift for the guy or gal in your life? These sculptural Totem Candles by Grain Design offer both masculine lines and a touch of traditional woodturning. Made near Seattle, the candles are molded of beeswax and then turned on a lathe to produce the final objects. A great gift for men or women!

Leading Lady | Angela Lindvall

Angela Lindvall planting bamboo in Bali Indonesia

Angela Lindvall is an American model, actress, and environmentalist. Lindvall was born in Oklahoma and grew up inp in Missouri. She was discovered at age 14 at a Kansas City fashion show and signed to modeling agency IMG.

Considered a modern supermodel, Lindvall has appeared on the cover of ELLE, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, Numero, Vogue, I-D and W. She appeared in ad campaigns for designers including from Calvin Klein, Chanel, Christian Dior, DKNY, H&M, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Valentino, and Versace. Lindvall also appeared in a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and has stomped the runway in several Victoria's Secret fashion shows from 2000 to 2008. She hosted Project Runway: All Stars and has appeared in several movies and television shows including Alter Eco and Hawaii Five-0

Lindvall is an outspoken environmentalist. She founded her own nonprofit called the Collage Foundation which promoted sustainability with youth. Lindvall was named "Best Dressed Environmentalist" in 2004 and 2005 by the Sustainable Style Foundation. In 2009 she partnered with Edun to design a line of clothing with all proceeds going to Green Cross International. She later launched her own jewelry line inspired by sustainability and cultural diversity with John Hardy in October 2011.

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What to Use | Swiss Army Carryall


If you're looking for a tote that has some character and history, look no further. The Swiss Army Carryall from Sundance does the job, any job, big or small. From farmer market goods to wood for the fireplace, these vintage blankets turned rugged carryall can handle it all.

What to Buy | Tiffany & Co.


Gentleman, your task of finding the perfect gift for your sustainably stylish girl or guy (or yourself) just got easier. Tiffany & Co. has one of the most progressive and comprehensive corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs around, from the mining of metals and gems to the iconic blue box. Luckily, they have lots of great gifts for me too.

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