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Get Good Style With These Fashion-Forward Thinkers

Why does fashion matter? In our opinion, when it addresses social challenges – from global poverty to animal rights. Here’s how your clothes can create change.


Want a good answer for “who makes your bag? Popinjay’s bright clutches are handcrafted by a collective of Pakistani women who weave centuries old techniques into modern statement pieces. The wages they earn as artisans create a path to self-sufficiency and empowerment.

Bantu Wax: 

Africa’s vibrant coastal culture inspires swimwear that reinterprets traditional textiles for modern swell-seekers. Crafted by Africans from sustainable materials, its mission is as much about changing lives as it is changing perceptions of this culturally rich, and beautiful continent.

Ruthie Davis (heart) John Bartlett:

Good friends – designers Ruthie Davis and John Bartlett – team up for a cruelty-free collaboration: printed kicks to benefit the Tiny Tim Rescue Fund. Splashed in a camo-inspired pup-print, each pair takes a step toward helping shelter animals.