Greening Fashion with the Uniform Project

Beyond sustainable fibres and second-hand shopping, one of the most intriguing ways to green your wardrobe is not for the faint of heart. It’s called the Uniform Project and all it takes is one girl, one dress, boundless creativity and a cause worth fighting for.

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Slow Fashion Wins the Race

It turns out that the tried and true practice of thrifting (buying everything secondhand) isn’t the only eco-friendly way to find clothes.

Canada Goose – A Local Hero Gives Back to Northern Communities

Since our beginnings in 2005, ethiquette has been following the developments at Canada Goose Inc., an extreme outerwear company that had bravely decided to go against the grain and to keep making its products locally when the overwhelming trend was to de-localize to cheap production sites overseas where worker conditions often take a back seat. […]

Canada Goose – A Local Hero Gives Back to Northern Communities

Since our beginnings in 2005, ethiquette has been following the developments at Canada Goose Inc., an extreme outerwear company that had bravely decided to go against the grain and to keep making its products locally when the overwhelming trend was to de-localize to cheap production sites overseas where worker conditions often take a back seat….

Eco-Friendly Fashions at Affordable Prices

As green clothing retailer Fashion & Earth gears up its inventory of organic clothing for its September opening, shoppers can sign up to receive notifications and an early bird discount at FashionandEarth.com.

Fashion High’s Clothes Line Sale

If spring cleaning freed up hanger and drawer space then come shop the Clothes Line Sale. The everything-under-$15 sale features local designer samples and consignment clothes and accessories from Vancouver’s most fashionable closets. It happens Saturday April 26 from 11am-3pm in the parking lot of Capers Downtown (1675 Robson St.) All money raised supports Fashion…