Model-entrepreneur-writer-designer Summer Rayne Oakes just added another pair of hyphenates to her ever-expanding job title: actress and producer. Watch “eXtinction,” part stirring paean to the natural world, part environmental PSA, directed by cinematographer Clayton Haskell and featuring the time-lapse photography of Tom Lowe. (Daily Motion)
How do you de-stink vintage and secondhand clothing? Grist’s intrepid Umbra Fisk has the answer—and some advice. (Grist)
The 10th Annual WWD Beauty Inc. Awards lauded Pantene for promoting “eco-awareness” after it rolled out a new recyclable plastic sourced from Brazilian sugarcane. (WWD)
Never mind the $25 million fine by the Federal Trade Commission for “deceptive advertising”; Reebok intends to relaunch its line of EasyTone products in future seasons. (The Cut)
Is Livia Firth ready to step out of her famous husband’s shadow to become a positive role model in her own right? (Guardian)
“Nobody wants their clothes to be made unethically. In a few years, sustainability will be a large global force.”
—Afia founder and designer Meghan Sebold, speaking to an audience at Princeton University on Monday.