I first heard that H&M was taking its sustainability efforts to a new level from The Frugalista.
“Take your unwanted clothing to H&M and you’ll get a discount on your purchase” was the main message. When I first heard about it, I struggled to figure out how the process would work.
Now, just in time for Spring cleaning, the retailer has clarified.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a wallet or drawer full of old receipts–a reminder of way too many shopping trips and impulse buys.
Starting this summer, the family of Gap, Inc. stores–Athleta, Banana Republic, Gap and Old Navy–is helping erase that paper trail (and the physical evidence of over-shopping!)
Their e-receipts program gets a thumbs up from me.
Plus, it saves trees!
Learn more here.
I’ve seen many anti-counterfeit fashion campaigns in the past.
A few words come to mind: vanilla, bland, blasé.
Thursday night, a star-studded DKMS 5th Annual Gala raised a record $2.5 million to aid the fight against leukemia and other blood-related cancers.
As Japan tries to recover from the devestating March 11 earthquake, Gwen Stefani is chipping in fashionably.
The singer / fashion designer has launched a charity auction on eBay, which includes amazing vintage L.A.M.B. clothing straight from her closet.
In a fashion world often synonymous with snobbery, exclusion and many, many closed doors, Dolce & Gabbana has cleared a path for three young Justin Bieber fans.
If there’s one fashion brand that knows how to pair social conscience with major style, it’s H&M.