Book Review: 'Wear No Evil' by Greta Eagan

Sustainable fashion has grown significantly as an industry. Now, greater awareness is being placed on the impacts of fast fashion for both people and the environment. Greta Eagan, a New-York based eco-stylist and sustainable living consultant, has produced a tangible guide to navigate this exciting area of fashion in her book Wear No Evil.

By Mariam Sheikh

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Carin Mansfield: "People do want more, more, more. We want excess. We all have too many things."

As I enter In-Ku on Warren Street, London, I am immediately struck by the simplicity of the store. No huge signs screaming '50% OFF' in your face, no massive heaps of the same clothes surrounding you. It has the feeling of home. We sit down, drink some tea, nibble on some cookies and she starts: "So I guess you want to know what slow fashion means to me?"

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#WomenWhoWork: 9 to 5 with an Editor in the Sustainability Industry

Today's fast-paced world craves your attention every minute. It demands efficiency and success, and often pushing yourself to the last limit to achieve it. However, as known, there's a yin to every yang. Slow lifestyle manifests itself as a counter movement to our hectic lives.

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Eco-Living in a Big City: 'How to Handle it All' Guide

Even if you've already settled in a huge, gigantic metropolis, only dreaming of faraway greeneries in favour of big city excitement, how to still make yourself feel comfortable in a suitable living space and build a perfect environment for calm and harmony at home? Read our tips!

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