Many of us like to look pretty schmick while saving the World. Which is why from time to time (or for many of us all the time) we gravitate to beauty products and make-up items to give us that little bit of style-oomph we crave. When it comes to fashion items it can be pretty easy to say no to excess packaging by refusing the carry bag or asking companies to pack your items in biodegradable post options. Sadly it’s a whole lot more difficult to ask for your super black mascara sans packaging. One wouldn’t approach the local M.A.C cosmetics counter with a request for ‘Ruby Woo’ without the lipstick tube without causing a serious amount of confusion. However there are some little beauty tips and some brands that you might be surprised to learn about that will help you work towards a more environmentally friendly beauty regime
Save the date
24-30 April 2017
In 2016, in more than 92 countries around the world, tens of
thousands of people took part in Fashion Revolution Week.
We asked brands #whomademyclothes to show that we care
and demand better for the people who make our clothes.
Next year, we want to go even bigger.
Join us for Fashion Revolution Week 2017.
We want more brands to show us who made our clothes.
We want to thank the makers.
We want clothes that we will be proud to wear.
Present-day Pakistan is home to several ancient cultures, including Mehrgarh, and the Indus civilization at Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. Over centuries, this land has absorbed the vital energies of Buddhism, Hinduism, and a mystical Islamic tradition. It has served as a crucible to historic trade routes, and as a majestic center to craft in the region. It is this experience of Pakistan that I bring to New York, with the launch of Guru. My products bear witness to a legacy of artisans and their labor, surviving against all duress. So with great pride, and a sense of excellence, I share with you my richly woven heritage. This is the world of Guru.