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    Rapanui is “an Award-Winning Eco-fashion brand from on the Isle of Wight”. They make organic, ethical clothing in factories powered by wind and solar energy. Every piece is rated on its sustainability with a letter grade from A-G: A being organic, ethical and sustainable, and G being none of the aforementioned. Where the award winning […]

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    by Patrick LaDuke A great alternative to those plastic Britas with wasteful filters. Japanese Kishu Binchotan, or White Charcoal, will turn tap water into mineral water, adding; calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorous. It will also adsorb (meaning the chemicals adhere to the surface) up to 75% of chlorine and all other impurities as well, all […]

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  • 12/06/12--12:35: Keeping it Brief
  • Keeping it Brief

    by Patrick LaDuke • Imperial Barber Grade Products is exactly what it claims to be. From pomades to shaving products, everything is made to work. They boldly claim that their classic pomade is the “STRONGEST WATER-BASED POMADE IN AMERICA”. Not only that, but all of their products are made in the USA. They even go […]

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  • 01/28/13--09:49: Bambi is Dead
  • Bambi is Dead

    by Patrick LaDuke Humor Chic is a fashion blog by aleXsandro Palombo who critiques and satirizes fashion through illustration. It is updated just about daily, keeping you in the know of fashion’s latest controversies. He also happens to be a strong human and animal right’s advocate reporting on issues such as Cambodians being payed slave […]

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    What’s in My Bag: Patrick LaDuke

      Although it changes from semester to semester, these are the typical items one might find on my person: • TMA-1 Headphones from AIAIAI- All of their earpads are synthetic and replaceable. • Nico Tyvek Wallet- Can be found in this post. • iPhone 4 • Toshiba Slim 150GB Hard Drive- I use it almost […]

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    by Patrick LaDuke The infamous Finnish furniture company Artek founded by Alvar Aalto, whose work is viewable at MoMA, has started a website for used furniture as part of a new environmental strategy. Artek 2nd Cycle and Vintage is a collection of their iconic furniture given a new life. Their goal is to raise the […]

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  • 09/17/13--09:31: Run & Fell A/W 13

  • by Patrick LaDuke Run & Fell, an ethical fashion brand based in England, just released their Autumn/Winter 2013 collection. Everything is produced locally, and they use sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp. Everything is hand made in limited batches in Manchester and they use more traditional, primitive printing methods such as lino […]

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  • 11/14/13--16:11: Mats Rombaut Gets Honest

  • by Patrick LaDuke The newest Honest by collaboration is with Belgian shoe designer Mats Rombaut. The Honest by name ensures that the products will be produced sustainably, fairly, and transparently.  For the collection he made 2 unisex derbies, one in black, the other in silver. The shoes are made of an innovative bark material from […]

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      Borough Furnace is a metal casting workshop in Syracuse, New York that was started through Kickstarter. They create small batches of hand made products using a traditional process that has been updated to be more environmentally friendly. Their business centers around the Skilletron, a furnace that burns Waste Vegetable Oil to melt scrap iron […]

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  • 07/31/14--09:55: Aesop
  • Aesop

    Aesop is a high-end skin care company based in Melbourne, Australia. Their products range from hydrating cream, to detergent, to animal companion care. The product range is definitively unisex with non-overpowering scents that make an excellent base for colognes/perfumes. It’s an extremely luxurious self-care line with an aesthetic to match. Aesop products are on PETA’s […]

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    Rapanui is “an Award-Winning Eco-fashion brand from on the Isle of Wight”. They make organic, ethical clothing in factories powered by wind and solar energy. Every piece is rated on its sustainability with a letter grade from A-G: A being organic, ethical and sustainable, and G being none of the aforementioned. Where the award winning … Continue reading "Three Leaves, Rapanui and Vivobarefoot"

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    by Patrick LaDuke A great alternative to those plastic Britas with wasteful filters. Japanese Kishu Binchotan, or White Charcoal, will turn tap water into mineral water, adding; calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorous. It will also adsorb (meaning the chemicals adhere to the surface) up to 75% of chlorine and all other impurities as well, all … Continue reading "Keep it Simple, Keep it Green"

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  • 12/06/12--12:35: Keeping it Brief
  • by Patrick LaDuke • Imperial Barber Grade Products is exactly what it claims to be. From pomades to shaving products, everything is made to work. They boldly claim that their classic pomade is the “STRONGEST WATER-BASED POMADE IN AMERICA”. Not only that, but all of their products are made in the USA. They even go … Continue reading "Keeping it Brief"

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  • 01/28/13--09:49: Bambi is Dead
  • by Patrick LaDuke Humor Chic is a fashion blog by aleXsandro Palombo who critiques and satirizes fashion through illustration. It is updated just about daily, keeping you in the know of fashion’s latest controversies. He also happens to be a strong human and animal right’s advocate reporting on issues such as Cambodians being payed slave … Continue reading "Bambi is Dead"

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    Although it changes from semester to semester, these are the typical items one might find on my person: TMA-1 Headphones from AIAIAI– All of their earpads are synthetic and replaceable. Nico Tyvek Wallet– Can be found in this post. iPhone 4 Toshiba Slim 150GB Hard Drive- I use it almost exclusively for music. 4 Copper … Continue reading "What’s in My Bag: Patrick LaDuke"

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    by Patrick LaDuke The infamous Finnish furniture company Artek founded by Alvar Aalto, whose work is viewable at MoMA, has started a website for used furniture as part of a new environmental strategy. Artek 2nd Cycle and Vintage is a collection of their iconic furniture given a new life. Their goal is to raise the … Continue reading "Furniture for You and Your Little Dog Too"

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  • 09/17/13--09:31: Run & Fell A/W 13
  • by Patrick LaDuke Run & Fell, an ethical fashion brand based in England, just released their Autumn/Winter 2013 collection. Everything is produced locally, and they use sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp. Everything is hand made in limited batches in Manchester and they use more traditional, primitive printing methods such as lino … Continue reading "Run & Fell A/W 13"

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  • 11/14/13--16:11: Mats Rombaut Gets Honest
  • by Patrick LaDuke The newest Honest by collaboration is with Belgian shoe designer Mats Rombaut. The Honest by name ensures that the products will be produced sustainably, fairly, and transparently.  For the collection he made 2 unisex derbies, one in black, the other in silver. The shoes are made of an innovative bark material from … Continue reading "Mats Rombaut Gets Honest"

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    Borough Furnace is a metal casting workshop in Syracuse, New York that was started through Kickstarter. They create small batches of hand made products using a traditional process that has been updated to be more environmentally friendly. Their business centers around the Skilletron, a furnace that burns Waste Vegetable Oil to melt scrap iron at … Continue reading "Borough Furnace: Possibly the Most Environmentally Friendly Skillet"

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  • 07/31/14--09:55: Aesop
  • Aesop is a high-end skin care company based in Melbourne, Australia. Their products range from hydrating cream, to detergent, to animal companion care. The product range is definitively unisex with non-overpowering scents that make an excellent base for colognes/perfumes. It’s an extremely luxurious self-care line with an aesthetic to match. Aesop products are on PETA’s … Continue reading "Aesop"