Euro jeanswear company, Kuyichi, keeps it green, fairtrade and very, very stylish. Checkout what’s new for 2008. Pictured above is their low, lean, shoecut, Candy, from the Used and Abused Blu line.
Organic garments produced with Fairtrade principles.
€ 89.95 @ hipperfashion.com
Available in England and Europe – store locator
KaiKids features several brands of cute, comfortable children’s clothes made from toxin-free, natural fabrics (including organic cotton, bamboo, and soy) and with low-impact dies. The products they use are safe for the health of children, as well as the planet. All shipments are sent using reused and recycled boxes, envelopes, and parcels. What’s more, all KaiKids clothes are ethically manufactured. KaiKids also donates 1% of sales to onepercentfortheplanet.com, a Canadian environmental cause.
How adorable is this Tangle Twine frock? Find eco-threads and stuff for mom, too @ kaikids.com
At the push of this button you can put your computer into a deeper-than-normal sleep mode that draws only as much power as when your computer and monitor are shut down. Push the button again and your computer returns to wherever you left off while displaying the sleep-induced cash and carbon savings as well as your logo. The device even keeps a cumulative total of the cash and carbon saved. A nicely green promotional item or give-away to your clients, friends or company.
Do some good for the planet while promoting yourself. Plugs into any PC’s USB port.
$15.43 ea. for a quantity of 100 from our friends @ farfromboring.com