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The Streets I know: A Vegan Fashion BlogThe Streets I know: A Vegan Fashion Blog

A blog about all things vegan and fashionable. Helping you put compassion i...

 
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Everywhere you look there are shops that mirror history. And we’re not talking about museums or galleries, but about vintage (thrift) stores. Whether you want to dress yourself to mimic a part of history or accessorize yourself with retro piece...

Ever notice that retailers start casual launching new swimsuit lookbooks in the middle of February or early March? I’m like, slow down! It’s not even warm yet. BUT it’s now nearly the end of May and Memorial Day is literally right a...

Meet Daniel Silverstein, the mind and hands behind Zero Waste Daniel, a completely zero-waste line of fashion that is 100% made from fabric scraps from other fashion designers and factories. Each piece is handmade in Brooklyn and one of a kind. Danie...

The impact that microfibres have on our environment are little known, but new research is coming out that makes microfibres look almost as bad as microbeads (which have been banned in a lot of places). Thankfully people are already working on solutio...

Cory gave me a pair of Native Jeffersons about five years ago, and ever since, I hardly wear any other kind. They're made of the same kind of rubber as Crocs and, in my opinion, look nicer. I never wear socks with them, but my feet don't stick like t...

When all you have is a finger everything looks like a button . But what happens if you’re unable to press buttons or, more likely, we begin using robots and other tools to interact with the real world? That’s what researchers at Aalto Uni...

Turn a blanket into a cozy AF poncho wrap scarf (that looks nothing like a blanket when it’s finished – promise)! I used a $20 plaid blanket from Target, leftover from my holiday outdoor entertaining post, to create a super warm and total...