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Good News: Fashionable Changemakers, Cottonised Hemp, a Dreamy Summer Drop & more

Hello and welcome to our weekly round-up of the news we’ve been busy reading. Here you’ll find all the hot goss from within the sustainability sphere, from collection drops to conscious commitments, and anything else that’ll help you look like a well-informed stylish person at the next dinner party. Ok, no promises, but here we go:

**Good News:** Fashionable Changemakers, Cottonised Hemp, a Dreamy Summer Drop & more

Emerging Label I DREAM FOR YOU Drops Truly Dreamy Summer Collection

“Tell me about the dream,” so begins the campaign video of emerging label I DREAM FOR YOU’s new summer collection drop and we’re inclined to scream: Literally this!!! Their ‘70s inspired film shows a summer romance set to the backdrop of palm trees and retro buildings in what could be Miami — featuring a range of timeless sun dresses, silk shirts and denim combos we haven’t been able to stop thinking about since. “It’s ‘us’ creating & dreaming up individual pieces that can hopefully remain kinda timeless for you guys and girls. That one perfect pair of thrash-able jeans. That silk shirt that fits and shines just right. That dress you can always rely on whether it’s for work or for a wild night out,” explain Rob Tilbury and Tess Corvaia, founders of IDFY. Start making your dreams a reality on


Holzweiler’s New Campaign Gives Young Activists a Platform

As we mentioned on our Good News last week, we were really excited to see Copenhagen’s first-ever Hybrid Fashion Week unfold. With such an innovative concept — opening shows to the public via livestreams and implementing sustainability rules for presenting brands — we knew there would be some boundary-pushing, status-quo-challenging activations. One of them: Holzweiler’s new campaign featuring young activists fighting for racial justice, climate action and LGBTQ+ rights. On top of giving these changemakers a platform, the Oslo label also committed to donating €5 to a charity (every activist could choose) for each Instagram “share” of the campaign. We stan. Find out more

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Lush Called, They’d Love to Send You Goodies Every Month

Knock, knock! Who’s there? It’s Lush, delivering you cruelty-free, handmade goodies straight to your doorstep every single month! No joke, this could really be you — after signing up to Lush Kitchen, Lush’s new monthly subscription service. Every month, Lush will send you a box of 4-5 exclusive products that have been chosen by subscribers beforehand as well as a couple of surprises that allow you to explore their full range of products. Head to to find out more

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Anastasia Beverly Hills

This Is Not a Drill: Anastasia Beverly Hills to Launch New Vegan Brow Product

Where you been, bb? Our beloved makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills hasn’t launched a new brow product in two years — so we’re all the more happy that their latest release is completely vegan and cruelty-free. The drop features Brow Pen, Brow Definer, Brow Wiz in new shades as well as new lip stains and setting powders. And they’re all available now on

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Levi’s Now Makes Their Iconic Jeans From Cottonised Hemp

Denim — especially the organic kind — is timeless and durable, which makes it a great forever piece. But Levi’s has now also found a way to cottonise hemp, use it for their iconic jeans and thus make their production more sustainable. But why hemp? “Because compared to cotton, it grows quicker, uses less water and leaves behind cleaner, healthier soils,” explains Levi’s website. They promise the same soft and durable fit, authentic look but with less environmental impact. Nice! Learn more on

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The Good Store

Seriously Good News: The Good Store Releases First GOOD Drop

For any non-Berliners (hiii!): The Good Store is a beloved vintage shop that’s been supplying the coolest fashion crowd with curated pre-owned clothing and accessories. Now they’ve finally launched their own collection GOOD. And it’s GOOD. It’s a small drop of dresses, tops and t-shirts made of silks, cottons and linens — and all designed and handmade here in Berlin. What’s not good: it looks like it will be sold out fast. So, hurry and get to asap

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