We Love Ikea even more for Eliminating Single-Use Plastics

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Aside from the white drawers we used to store most of our beloved makeup in or the white desks that became our office/study desks for late-night work sessions, Ikea proves yet again why we should love them (and it definitely worked!). The Swedish furniture brand plans to eliminate single-use plastic […]

Treat Your Body With Some Alkaline Spring Water

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The spring came and soon after left which means that the summer is finally here! We at SHE love summer, especially after the long winter, but with summer comes dehydration. This summer we thought of giving Flow Hydration a try. Flow Hydration is all about naturally obtained water from family-owned […]

Help #KeepTribeAlive

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Tribe of Lambs, a Canadian based for-purpose jewelry brand raises money for children living with HIV in India, and they need our help! Tribe founders, Bobbi and Phil have dedicated their lives to supporting and empowering HIV positive children in India. They started Tribe in 2014, designing and producing jewelry […]

Naomi Campbell Hosts Fashion For Relief Charity Gala

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The South Of France has been invaded, by the fabulous people of Hollywood and its international counterparts. In addition to the Cannes Film Festival, Naomi Campbell hosted her latest Fashion for Relief charity gala show in Cannes. The charity event first took place in 2005 and has in the past […]

‘Black Mirror Project’ : The Models Of Colour Are Recreating Whitewashed Campaigns

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We got used to the fact that Fashion itself, as well as top models, are rather diverse. Nowadays there are models on catwalks of different races and nationalities, but was it always like that? Let’s look back twenty or even ten years ago when it was impossible to see other […]

Chanel’s forest inspired runway show at Paris Fashion Week blasted by environmentalists

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With a number of high-end labels slowly acknowledging the importance of environmental ethics, it seems that Chanel is following a completely opposite route. The French fashion house has been heavily attacked by environmentalists after Karl Lagerfield fells what are believed to be 100 year old trees for his highly-anticipated runway […]

Lacoste adopts temporary logos to raise awareness for endangered species

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French retailer Lacoste is advocating for animal welfare through its clothes; but not by refraining from fur usage. While high end brands such as Gucci and Michael Kors are joining the fur-free wagon this year, Lacoste has decided to raise awareness for endangered species, by temporarily replacing its iconic crocodile […]