Alden Wicker of EcoCult // Sustainable fashion

All photography by Lydia Hudgens

When I was in Berlin, I stopped by the sustainable fashion store Moon to see what they had. It’s a small boutique, and I made a quick pass. I was sort of shopped out at this point in our trip. But Illich pulled this black dress off the racks and showed it to me, and once I tried it on, I was hooked. (It’s so nice to have a dude who has such good taste in clothes!) Made by the UK brand Cossac, it was ethically manufactured in Turkey of a Tencel jersey fabric (7% nylon for stretch) so it’s super comfortable.

Alden Wicker of EcoCult // Sustainable fashion

I bought this chakra necklace in Barcelona a few days later, at a catch all spirituality shop near the harbor. It’s actually a pendulum used for pseudo science-y purposes, such as finding precious metals in the ground, or answering questions you might have about your life. I think it’s really pretty and put it on a chain as a necklace.

Alden Wicker of EcoCult // Sustainable fashion

The stockings are by Swedish Stockings, which are made from recycled yarn.  The shoes I got at an Ethical Writers Coalition fashion swap last year.
Alden Wicker of EcoCult // Sustainable fashion Alden Wicker of EcoCult // Sustainable fashion