Seriously sustainable jeans, epic watches, designer duds for spring and an eco luxe game reserve-that’s what I’m talking about.
Fresh styles with sweet detailing Reco Jeans is perhaps the most sustainable denim company on the plant. They are the only company to use innovative, new recycled fabric exclusively on all of its denim products.
I love this sporty watch for summer. For every Epic watch that is purchased, Epic will provide the resources needed to generate clean drinking water for an individual in a developing country for one year.
Located on South Africa’s Eastern Cape Kwandwe Private Game Reserve has introduced around 7,000 animals. The key for the reserve is to provide a luxury experience that doesn’t negatively affect conservation efforts so a few innovative tweaks have been made – for example, the perimeter electric fence is solar-powered.
I’m coveting anything from Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2012 collection. Tagliapietra partnered with AirDye, the pioneer of an eponymous dyeing method that uses virtually no water. Each Costello Tagliapietra dress dyed and printed with AirDye technology saved 45 gallons of water, 95 megajoules of energy , and 3 kilograms of greenhouse gas.