This Earth Day, give up your fast fashion addiction

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The pandemic has made social media sales more appealing and accessible. Apps such as Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok reinforce American consumerism, creating a perfect, yet toxic, environment for fast-fashion companies.

Unfortunately, Syracuse University students and Gen-Zers alike often fall victim to it. 

Social media has created an environment where we constantly buy newer, more “stylish” items. When we were in lockdown last year, online shopping’s novelty served as a bright spot in a bleak period. Now that we are able to reflect, we have

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Liverpool’s New Eco Collection Celebrates Earth Month in Style

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Fact: It’s important to stop and think about the environmental impact that our everyday decisions have, and if there are ways we can alter our habits to be more eco-friendly. Even the smallest changes can make a difference, and we only have one planet! As consumers, we’re paying more attention to brands who have committed to low-impact production methods that leave a smaller carbon footprint. The steps that the team at Liverpool Los Angeles have

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Chatters Hair Salon Celebrates Earth Month With The Launch of Their Style Consciously Initiative | Business

RED DEER, Alberta–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 6, 2021–

Since 1991, Chatters Hair Salon (Chatters) has been on a mission to spread good vibes (and good hair days) across Canada with their Style Happy philosophy, a movement that inspires guests to look and feel their best, just like that freshly done hair feeling you get from the salon chair.

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Style Consciously is broken down into four pillars: clean, cruelty-free, vegan and sustainable. Each pillar has their own clearly defined guidelines, developed by Chatters.

At Chatters, they believe that part of feeling our

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