Our latest launch - The 7 Virtues Perfume works with farmers around the world to secure natural, organic and fair trade essential oils that create long-lasting fragrances and provide jobs, dignity and security to the farmers and their families. The collection is now available online at SEPHORA.
The brand sources their raw materials from conflict zones like Israel, Afghanistan and Rwanda.
Some much needed attention in Washington Post for World Oceans Day. We worked with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and TED on this timely piece, and are proud to collaborate with businesses and organizations fighting to protect our planet.
"I look at the ocean and see a near-limitless opportunity for us to explore our planet more deeply than ever before," writes filmmaker James Cameron.
Need a little something to brighten your Wednesday? Look no further than VEJA's latest. Yep, they made a silk sneaker. Read all about it in Vogue.
Here’s why a Parisian-based sneaker company traveled to South America to source the most luxurious eco-friendly material for its spring kicks.
The COVETEUR peeked into the impeccable, sustainable closet of Emma Watson and found VEJA (come find us tonight in LA at Clare V.)
We’ve acknowledged that occasionally, sustainable fashion is more likely to prompt stifled yawns than it will prompt you to whip out your credit card.
Sophia Sunwoo is the founder of Water Collective, an international non-profit doing some amazing work to provide clean water to communities in Cameroon and India. Check her out on Thompson Hotels' Upper Stories blog.
Designing For Cleaner Water By 23 years old, Sophia Sunwoo had already sold her first business. Bank Clothing, a line of garments with hand-drawn designs, oversized watches, and bandanas, captured
The incredible TED Prize winner Sarah Parcak is making it possible for YOU to be a space archaeologist...without even leaving your desk. Check out her citizen science platform, GlobalXplorer in Forbes.
Archaeologist Sarah Parcak launches GlobalXplorer, a citizen science platform designed to help identify archaeological sites and curb looting, with her TED Prize money.
The launch of Oliver Jeffers's brilliant colette Paris collection featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/05/t-magazine/art/oliver-jeffers-colette-clothes-toys.html?_r=0
The artist Oliver Jeffers debuts a product line in Paris based on his 2014 book “Once Upon the Alphabet.”
Emma Watson rocking VEJA and Zady in Who What Wear http://www.whowhatwear.com/emma-watson-wearing-veja-sneakers/slide4
Emma Watson shared a photo wearing eco-friendly, affordable, and super cool Veja sneakers.
Check out Allure on Zady and the collection inspired by Emma Watson, who tapped the brand to create a line of sustainable garments. Oh...and you can buy them too.
ZADY has recently collaborated with the actress to create a bespoke line of clothes for her—and for you, too.
The Village Voice capturing the awesomeness of VEJA and the incomparable wit of François-Ghislain Morillion http://www.villagevoice.com/arts/dispatches-from-the-back-row-the-voice-does-new-york-fashion-week-9085004
As part of our first-ever fashion issue, our expert Village Voice fashion bloggers Alina Cohen, Alice Hines, and Jenna Sauers will be out and about throughout New York Fashion Week from the catwalks to the sidewalks. Wednesday, September 7 Art? Capitalism? Sadism? Yeezy Season 4 Was All of the Abo...
On the 72nd anniversary of D-Day, author Linda Hervieux pens a poignant piece for The Daily Beast on WWII's forgotten African-American heroes. Let's get them their long overdue Medals of Honor! http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/06/d-day-s-forgotten-african-american-heroes.html
One million black soldiers served America during World War II. No one of them received the Medal of Honor.
Brands to watch this summer? VEJA obviously! Merci Complex http://www.complex.com/style/2016/06/brands-to-watch-this-summer/veja
This season's wave makers are next season's must-haves. Watch these brands this summer and get in early.
The sexiest addition to the sharing economy is also a sustainable addition to the sharing economy! Splacer rocks TriplePundit. Also, our next party is SO happening on this rooftop. http://www.triplepundit.com/2016/05/splacer-taps-power-sharing-economy/
What Airbnb does for longer-term home stays, Splacer does for short-term event spaces.
Mic drop! The New York Times Styles
Memorial Day is a reminder to put your look in a more relaxed gear. Think some fresh white sneakers, a great oversize shirt, some slick new workout wear ...
The way to rock jeans: with VEJA kicks. Merci Refinery29 Fashion
Contrary to popular belief, Coachella style isn't just fringe, neon, and cultural appropriation (though these, er, "trends" definitely dominate the scene). But, having experienced the event both IRL and via our Instagram feeds this year, we've come to realize that festival fashion can be cool,
Centre Commercial with Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillion in Condé Nast Traveler! What has now become our favorite street in Paris as well…
Best friends Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillon, owners of the trendy clothing store Centre Commercial, are the arbiters of cool in Paris's hip Canal St. Martin neighborhood.
Artist Prune Nourry has created a massive, immersive sculpture titled Anima – with a hologram component – that takes over the entirety of Brooklyn's Invisible Dog. The show has gone viral on social (with even Pharrell stopping by to visit.) The installation uses collaborative art, magic and anthropo…
Refinery29 on Rowan Renee: Bodies of Wood, the artist's solo show exploring a legacy of sexual abuse perpetrated by a father who died in prison. Opens April 7. http://www.refinery29.com/2016/03/107063/sexual-abuse-photo-essay#slide
Photographer Rowan Renee struggles with when to tell partners about the sexual abuse Renee experienced as a child — abuse committed by Renee's father. "Once I told someone on the second date, while drifting to sleep after sex," they write in their essay "Bodies of Wood: A Legacy of Sexual
The world needs more of this right now. Some light amidst the heartbreak. Thank you eL Seed. An honor to wok with you. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/29/world/middleeast/cairo-mural-garbage.html
The artist eL Seed used more than 50 buildings as his canvas to celebrate the Egyptian capital’s trash collectors, who are largely viewed as second-class citizens.
A stunning portrait and review of This Place in The New Yorker: Photo Booth on view at the Brooklyn Museum http://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/israel-and-the-west-bank-through-the-eyes-of-a-dozen-visitors
“This Place,” a photography exhibit now at the Brooklyn Museum, presents twelve fresh perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
ReFED announces real solutions to tackle our multibillion dollar food waste problem and The Guardian takes note: http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2016/mar/09/us-food-waste-environment-ghg-emissions-climate-change
An $18bn proposal aims to reduce the more than 52m tons of food waste that goes to landfill every year
Incredible, in-depth look at this yea'rs TED Prize winner in WIRED! May all little girls and boys grow up wanting to be like Sarah! http://www.wired.com/2016/02/sarah-parcak/
Sarah Parcak wants to use her million-dollar TED winnings to turn the search for archaeological sites into a game you play on your phone.
Feature Shoot speaks with This Place curator Charlotte Cotton about the show now at the Brooklyn Museum http://www.featureshoot.com/2016/02/a-new-collaboration-sees-twelve-photographers-turn-their-lens-on-israel/
For a land so deeply entrenched with history and conflict, Israel is not an easy subject to approach in a photography project, especially from a single standpoint. Born out of an idea by Frédéric Brenner, a French photographer who has long explored Jewish identity in his work, This Place set out as…
Go team Aqua-Spark! Watch this killer TED Talk from one of their bad ass co-founders #savetheocean #farmfish http://www.ted.com/talks/mike_velings_the_case_for_fish_farming
We're headed towards a global food crisis: Nearly 3 billion people depend on the ocean for food, and at our current rate we already take more fish from the ocean than it can naturally replace. In this fact-packed, eye-opening talk, entrepreneur and conservationist Mike Velings proposes a solution: A…
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