How Eileen Fisher is Shaping the Sustainable Fashion Movement

By Sarah Morrison // Photo by Classic Gray Home Founded in 1984, Eileen Fisher is a brand that’s perhaps best known for its intentional design ethos: sophisticated separates, natural fibers, and versatile, time-tested pieces meant to anchor the everyday wardrobe. Since its early beginnings, the brand has stood firmly on its commitment to high-quality construction, […]

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Amplify Melanated Voices: 14 Black Influencers to Follow Today and Everyday

by Sarah Morrison Amplify Melanated Voices: that’s the hashtag taking social media by storm this week — and daring us all to rethink what we thought we knew about Black identity in the digital realm. First introduced on May 29 by mental health therapist, Alishia McCullough and activist Jessica Wilson, #AmplifyMelanatedVoices emerged with just one […]

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Why Morgan Harper Nichols Is the Voice We Need Right Now

by Sarah Morrison In a time of social transformation, the power of voice cannot be overstated. The tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of police has gripped our nation with grief, the likes of which have galvanized communities with valor, and empowered voices to demand change. If the countless protests punctuating major cities […]

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5 Independent Designers Making Fabric Face Masks for Under $25

by Sarah Morrison The optics of the face mask are changing. Non-medical grade masks, once largely deemed a consideration for self-wear, are now a mainstay, with governments across the U.S. increasingly mandating their use in response to COVID-19. And rightfully so. The use of a face mask has emerged as the unspoken message of respect […]

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Retail in the Era of COVID-19: How Millennial Entrepreneurs Are Helping Communities Recover

Communities are struggling. Millennials are responding. It’s the action most needed right now, and consumers are taking notice. Written by Sarah Morrison COVID-19 has swiftly dealt the world a major economic blow, the likes of which has not been seen in our lifetime. Since late March 2020, when stay-at-home measures were first enacted to help […]

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36 Resources For Advancing Anti-Racism Today (and Everyday)

by Sarah Morrison As a Black woman, the events of recent days have stolen strength in ways not thought possible—at every level, and from every fiber of my being. As a writer, today, the words I seek to articulate these feelings fail me just as severely. I know I am not alone in this pain. […]

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