15% Promo / Celebrate Earth Day!!!!
Posted: Apr 22 2016
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Earth Day is almost fifty years old and still kicking! Its birthday is today!!!!
In honor of the holiday, this weekend, please enjoy 15% off these Environmentally Smart labels below using code EARTHLOVE until Sunday at midnight
When the modern environmental movement began in 1970—when you could buy grain bowls, but they weren’t hip—mainstream America was pretty oblivious to the fucked state of the planet—to pollution, gas guzzling, and oil drilling. A guy named Gaylord Nelson, then a US. Senator who was inspired by the anti-war movement, decided to create a national teach-in on the environment—and so on April 22,1970, 20 million people across America—all of whom had been fighting for the environment—against toxic dumps, pesticides, freeways—and for the wilderness—took to the streets and rallied.
In 1990 it became a legit and obviously highly respected holiday and is now the largest secularly-observed holiday in the world. A billion people celebrate it every year—not bad.
It’s more important now than ever before!!!!!!!!!!
Many of our designers are focused on the environment, sustainability, natural fabrics, local and ethical production, and ethically-sourced materials. Click on the names below to view their collections!
Assembly’s in house line is made in New York! We up-cycle a lot of our fabrics, especially denim, and make t-shirts from hemp (Happy belated 420).
Clyde’s hats and leather bags are all handmade in New York, by traditional practices.
Jerusalem Sandals are also made by hand, in Palestine. The company was founded in Venice, CA and makes sandals that’ll last a lifetime from soft leather.
Tony Malmed Jewelry is made solely of ethically sourced materials of the highest quality, including repurposed 18k gold and cruelty-free diamonds! Tony Malmed Jewelry is handmade in Santa Fe.
69 makes all of their clothing in Los Angeles!
Legier sources sustainable stones, like this abalone, when possible