American laundry habits are anything but green. We wash more than seven loads of laundry per week on average and use large washing machines, detergents stocked with hazardous chemicals, and energy-sucking dryers. These practices are uncommon in other countries. While clotheslines hang from windows and dot countrysides around the world, ...
Each month, The New Fashion Initiative invites a leading voice in the sustainable and ethical fashion revolution to answer 17 questions about themselves, both personal and professional. It’s our green and socially conscious spin on Vanity Fair‘s beloved Proust Questionnaire. This month, our interviewee is Christina Dean, Founder and CEO of luxe ...
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