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Goodlifer: Fashion for the Future: As Old Becomes New, The New Becomes Old

Fashion for the Future – As Old Becomes New, The New Becomes Old

It’s hard to think of an industry that relies more on the power of new-ness than fashion. Designers are expected to produce as much as six new collections every year. Just the thought…

Goodlifer: Good Gifts for Men

Good Gifts for Men

Men can either be really easy or super difficult to buy presents for. Our handpicked gift selections include good stuff like a badass backpack, sinful beard oil, cookwear for the rugged outdoorsman, a…

Goodlifer: People for Urban Progress

People for Urban Progress – Using Design to Improve Life in Cities

Based in Indianapolis, People for Urban Progress (PUP, for short) is a non-profit organization that successfully uses design and nostalgic ephemera to promote and advance public transit, environmental awareness, and urban design. It’s a…

A Greener, Cleaner Super Bowl XLVI

Super Bowl Sunday is, for many American sports fans, the most important holiday of the year. We buy new flat screen TVs, paint ourselves in the colors of our team (if they happen…

Good News: Week 21

Finally, a revamp of the food pyramid is set to launch. A Fair Trade foodie mecca in Santa Monica Mall. In former Soviet Georgia, two families are turning hospitality into agritourism. An unlikely…

Goodlifer: 5 Facts that will make you lay off the bottle(d water) - for good

5 Facts That Will Make You Lay Off the Bottle(d Water) – for Good

Are you a bottled water addict? Admitting you have a problem is the first step in curing an addiction. It’s time we all take a look at this complicated relationship we have with…

Goodlifer: Recycled Couture at NY Fashion Week

Recycled Couture at NY Fashion Week

It’s the time of teetering heels again. Uncomfortable, spectacular footwear takes over the streets as the Bryant Park tents fill with fashion’s A-listers for the last time. Meanwhile The GreenShows, this year housed…

Goodlifer: Environment by Heather Heron

Environment by Heather Heron

No matter how much we enjoy living in a winter wonderland, the one thing everyone residing in northerly climates does as the cold sets in is California-dream ourselves away to carefree days spent…

Goodlifer: 90 Days of Organic Raw Vegan-ness: week 13

90 Days of Organic Raw Vegan-ness: week 13

I am writing the last week of our raw organic vegan-ness diet a few weeks after we finished. In a way this allows me to reflect upon the entire experience as a whole…

Goodlifer: Habana Outpost - A Weekend Destination in Brooklyn

Habana Outpost – A Weekend Destination in Brooklyn

This past weekend, Habana Outpost celebrated its season opening with an Earth Day Expo, featuring kids’ activities, outdoor film screenings, an eco fashion show, workshops, local vendor booths and live music.

Goodlifer: Disruptive Innovation: The 360 Paper Water Bottle

Disruptive Innovation: The 360 Paper Water Bottle

Every day, Americans throw out somewhere around 60 million plastic bottles, many of them previously used to contain water. It’s a staggering figure, and the global market is projected to reach just over…

Goodlifer: Rehabilitated Dishware, Made in Brooklyn

Rehabilitated Dishware, Made in Brooklyn

Out of her studio in Brooklyn, designer Sarah Cihat lovingly crafts the pieces that make up her Rehabilitated Dishware collection, a refreshing comment on our deeply rooted throw-away culture. The project started as…


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