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Slowing Down to Focus on Gratitude

Slowing Down to Focus on Gratitude

Happy November, friend! 
What the crazy year 2021 has been. Congratulations to you for making it this far! 
As we approach the end of the year, I just wanted to pause for a moment to focus on something so important. 
Gratitude.  

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Packing Lightly : A Sustainable Travel Checklist

Packing Lightly : A Sustainable Travel Checklist

Sustainable travel tips and tricks for your next getaway

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What The Adalinda? sustainable fashion podcast

What The Adalinda? sustainable fashion podcast

  In Episode 21, Kristen Pereira welcomes Marisa Simoes, founder of Carry Courage. In this episode, Marisa discusses how she left her office job to shift into the sustainable fashion industry. We also cover the process she uses to seek out the earth-conscious materials she uses and the fair labor practices her company follows.      What The Adalinda is a podcast on sustainable fashion. The podcast discusses topics from garment sourcing, pricing, labor laws, sustainable and eco-friendly textiles, brand stories, marketing, and entrepreneurial stories. Adalinda Fashion is the parent company of What The Adalinda, which produces fashion shows during New York Fashion Week...

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Inspired by Nature: Why Cork Fabric Is The Most Sustainable Fiber There Is

Inspired by Nature: Why Cork Fabric Is The Most Sustainable Fiber There Is

If you’ve spent any time in the sustainable fashion space, chances are you’ve noticed several different materials that are commonly used. Organic cotton, hemp, and bamboo are a few that I’ve seen used quite a bit. Today I’m going to share about a less commonly used fiber, cork fabric.

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ARSON FIRE DESTROYS LIVELIHOODS OF PORTLAND GARMENT FACTORY

ARSON FIRE DESTROYS LIVELIHOODS OF PORTLAND GARMENT FACTORY

We are heartbroken to announce that our partner Portland Garment Factory (PGF) was burnt to the ground early last week and declared a total loss.  On Monday morning April 19, Britt Howard, owner of PGF was notified by authorities that her building was in flames. Investigators ruled it an arson fire that was set in a dumpster beside the building by an unidentified suspect. The factory was the workplace of 15 exceptional women who had lost their machines and computers - along with our materials and finished products. Thankfully the Portland community has been tremendously supportive, and we are carrying the...

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