Whether you’re on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or all three, you’ve undoubtedly seen the “fitness motivation” pictures that pop up in your social media news feeds. “Strong is the new skinny” is the latest saying, encouraging women to focus on health and strength instead of starvation diets and wafer-thin frames.
According to the Safer and Superior New Product Standard, for a green cleaning product genuinely to be eco-friendly it must meet certain minimum standards. These include being safer for the environment, safer for human contact, offer superior performance and deliver superior savings, when compared to chemical or non-eco-friendly counterparts.
Design and technology collaboration achieves creative breakthrough for new Lexus Amazing in Motion project.
Mercedes-Benz has announced its Fashion Campaign and Film for Spring/Summer 2016, masterminded by the legendary French fashion editor and stylist, Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele (CCD) – an embodiment of urban, provocative cool. The fashion campaign has brought some of the fashion’s most inspiring and creative talents with the acme of automotive technology to present a fabulous, future-facing hybrid of style and sustainability.
A San Francisco startup is giving spiders and silkworms a run for their money. Bolt Threads has developed a synthetic, “programmable” alternative to larval- or arachnid-produced silk. Engineered using proteins derived from yeast, the fibers can be manipulated to deliver any combination of softness, strength, and durability. They’re even machine-washable.
You think you’re following a vegan diet, but you might be bringing animal-derived ingredients into it without even realizing it. Here are surprising foods that contain them so you can replace them with vegan substitutes.
Tickled by the latest beauty trends? Before you try them out, consider your skin tone. It’s so important to ensure that you’re wearing colours that make you glow instead of wash you out.
Innovative jewelry designer Paula Ortega’s new line is made from a mix of metals and milk proteins and these “wearable sculptures” are biodegradable!
Marks & Spencer, after recently releasing its first line of sustainable shoes, has launched “Limited London”, a line of womenswear made with recycled cotton and recycled polyester fabrics.