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NU Evolution Cosmetics Is the Non-Toxic Makeup Brand That's Ready for the Runway

NU Evolution Cosmetics Is the Non-Toxic Makeup Brand That’s Ready for the Runway

Most non-toxic makeup brands tend to be on the subtle side. A little glimmer, taupes, brown eyeliner pencils and barely-there mascara. But while that might be enough for some ladies, sometimes you need a little oomph – some saturated color, professional-grade eyeliner and mascara, and full coverage foundation and powders. Like when you’re putting on...
  • NYFW: Meet Yeohlee, the Zero-Waste Fashion Maven

    NYFW: Meet Yeohlee, the Zero-Waste Fashion Maven

    You might have thought this zero-waste fashion thing was new. But then  you don’t know Yeohlee. The luxury designer Yeohlee Teng is one of the biggest advocates for saving the Garment District, even going so far as to relocate her store there for three years, hoping to attract other retailers to Fashion Avenue. (Disappointingly, the...
    Daniel Silverstein Evokes Heaven, Hell and Purgatory With His Zero-Waste Designs

    Daniel Silverstein Evokes Heaven, Hell and Purgatory With His Zero-Waste Designs

    Daniel’s Silverstein‘s sophisticated designs, made using zero-waste design and sustainable materials whenever possible, have a strong point of view. You’ll immediately recognize his well-tailored, body-conscious dresses by the macabre but subtle references to death, bones, and ghouls, expressed through his print work and ornate woven cages over ethereal, gauzy fabric. This season, he amped it...
    Tabitha of Tabii Just Shows Jewel Colors, on Women of Color

    Tabitha of Tabii Just Shows Jewel Colors, on Women of Color

    It’s no secret that New York Fashion Week is dominated by white models. Even though there are more minority babies being born in America than white babies, to see the fashion shows at Lincoln Center, you would guess they’re being streamed live from Scandinavia. So it was with delight I saw that Tabitha St. Bernard,...