Vermont-harvested raw honey provides a boost in hydration, plus lush floral extracts revitalize the skin’s appearance.Read More
spades+siLK is a former sustainable fashion & lifestyle blog founded by Juliette Donatelli in 2012.
We explore well-researched editorial content on sustainable fashion designers, organic beauty + skincare, exclusive interviews and industry trends. Our philosophy is centered around a strong sense of personal style (over trends), high-quality clothing with a sustainable supply chain (over flimsy fast fashion) and the fact that where you choose to spend your dollar vote really matters. In 2016, Juliette Donatelli decided to stop her blogging work under the name & brand spades+siLK to fully concentrate on working with sustainable brands as a graphic and web designer.
Anaïs Bouchard of the made in NYC lingerie line – NaiS – tells us all in her designer profile.Read More
Designed with the ancient Japanese art of harmonious floral compositions, Elkabana challenges modern home decor (and we’re thankful).Read More
A sustainable sandal for the budding season.Read More
Karen Walker presents seventies sartorial at NYFW.Read More
That’s all well and good as a statement, but what does it actually mean?Read More
A FAMILY LINGERIE BUSINESS WITH NYC ROOTS IS REBORN
Nearly a century after the first Najla shop opened, her great-great niece is reviving the label to parallel the quality, precision and intimate luxury that was so much part of the original shop.
Polyester is made of oil, coal, air and water–sounds like a battle between Dr. Evil and Captain Planet. This synthetic, non-renewable fiber is made through an intensive industrial process, and perhaps worst of all, does not…