If you've been feeling good about your "three-free" non-toxic polish, we have some bad news for you, your splash of color may not be as safe as you think. According to regulators in California who tested
Letting your feet breathe after a long winter filled with wool socks and boots is one of spring's sweetest gifts and a new pair of charming ballet flats are a great first step to letting those feet loose!
Do these ladies look a tad stiff? What you're looking at is one of Swiss-Italian artist-photographer Christian Tagliavini's "cardboard ladies," a series of portraits showing women's fashion through the
For many of us, dressing ourselves in clothes that look good and fit our bodies comfortably is something we take for granted. For those dealing with severe arthritis, amputations, multiple sclerosis and
Have you ever thought of extending spring cleaning to your make-up bag? To celebrate the start of the season, we're giving away a whole set of eco-friendly, vegan makeup brushes worth more than $100! The
If you love scouring thrift stores as much as we do, you'll find Sloth and the ideas driving it genius. Inspired by their studies, two students at New York University are launching a secondhand store in
It might not be obvious when you're shopping for new clothes, but according to World Bank, 17-20 percent of industrial water pollution is caused by the clothing industry. Disheartened by the damage, and
Be ready for those April showers next month with these stylish, equestrian-inspired rainboots by Kamik. They sell for $65 but they can be yours for free if you enter our giveaway on Ecouterre! Aside from
As we all look forward to the start of the 2012 London Olympics, War on Want, an anti-poverty charity is looking into the human rights violations committed by the companies that provide the sportswear.
Made with reclaimed wood and all-natural finishes, Wristpix bracelets are fun accessories that you can personalize with your own photos. Each bracelet is made of reclaimed walnut and finished with 100%
Google Goggles may sound like a mouthful - but you might be wearing a pair before you know it. Word on the street is that the search engine giant is developing a set of high-tech specs that will stream
Fashion writer Jenni Avins made a splash at New York Fashion Week this year with her a red fox-fur vest. The shocking part of the piece was that she had trapped, skinned, and sewed the vest all herself.
Although wearable greenery certainly isn't a new concept, Collen Jordan's sturdy plastic planters are long-lasting and can be filled with water to keep the plants or flowers alive. Wearable Planters come
Fall/Winter 2012 New York Fashion Week has come to a close (don't worry though; Fashion Week will of course be back in September). Take a look back at some of the most memorable designs on display in NYC
Just a couple days ago ethical fashion label EDUN showed off its Fall/Winter 2012 collection to crowd of teeth-chattering guests at Hudson River Park's Pier 57 for New York Fashion Week. Debuting their