Lifestyle

How Gina Rodriguez’s Eco-Friendly Oscars Dress Came Together

by Brianne Hogan

Gina Rodriguez walked the red carpet at Sunday’s Oscars in a eco-friendly dress as part of Suzy Amis Cameron‘s “Red Carpet Green Dress” campaign. The “Jane the Virgin” star unveiled her

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Suzy Amis Cameron Celebrates ‘Red Carpet, Green Dress’ Oscars Event

by Brianne Hogan

Eco-conscious fashionistas gathered Thursday night at L.A.’s Chateau Marmont to celebrate Suzy Amis Cameron‘s annual “Red Carpet, Green Dress” Oscars event. This year’s winners, Manon Gabard and Tingting Chen, are

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Investors Prepare for the ‘Death of Meat’

by Natalia Lima

Meat consumption is declining at great rates and with a new USDA dietary guideline around the corner, the ‘death of meat’ could be impending so investors are adjusting their portfolio

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More Americans are Practicing Yoga Than Ever Before

by Natalia Lima

New research shows that more people than ever are resorting to yoga and alternative holistic methods for health care in the United States. “The health practices of Americans tend to

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World’s Largest Fashion Retailer Says ‘No’ to Angora Wool

by Natalia Lima

After pressure from PETA, the largest fashion retailer in the world has agreed to stop selling angora wool in its stores. Inditex, the parent company of Zara, has more than

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Second Public School in the U.S. Goes Vegetarian

by Natalia Lima

Following the footsteps of a public elementary school in Flushing, Queens, another public school in New York City has decided to go vegetarian. The Peck Slip School in lower Manhattan

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Vegan Fashion On the Rise As Faux-Leather Tech Improves

by Brianne Hogan

Pleather no more. Thanks to science, fake animal hides have a cooler, and more appropriate, name: vegan leather, and they’re selling like hot cakes. The interest in vegan leather is

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