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“In the search for office-appropriate garb — for both fashion people and non-fashion people — just-launched ethical clothing brand One by One is a great find. This shirtdress from the brand is classic enough that I’ll be wearing it for years, but the minimalist silhouette and asymmetrical hem feel perfectly of-the-moment (and fashion-forward!), too. And since its manufactured ethically in L.A. and made of sustainable materials like Tencel, which is generated from wood cellulose, I feel just as good recommending the dress to my friends as I feel wearing it myself.”

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Racked NY

15 Places to Buy Last-Minute Holiday Presents in New York City


EcoHabitude, the marketplace for ethically responsible brands, is hosting a showroom holiday pop-up this Friday and Saturday at 260 West 35th Street. Better yet, you’re invited to tonight’s grand opening from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. There will be organic cocktails and snacks, raffles, a photobooth, and more. If you’re going to the opening, make sure to drop a line to

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NBC News

Holiday Gifts That Give Back: 5 Asian American-Owned Ethical Brands


It’s the season of giving, so why not choose gifts that give more good to the world? Choosing ethical brands ensure that purchased products are produced fairly, are good for the environment, and/or share their profits to support a worthy cause.

NBC News spoke with several Asian-American designers and CEOs of ethical brands to guide consumers in giving more this season.

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Ecohabitude is an online peer-to-peer marketplace that provides ethically-made products. Ranging from stylish clothing, unique accessories, health and beauty products, home goods, and food items, Ecohabitude has a wide range of socially responsible gift ideas.

After spending a year of independent study on Hawaiian culture, Ecohabitude CEO Kristen Drapesa told NBC she was inspired to make changes in the way she lived, which led to her founding her company in 2014.

“Growing up on an island, the lifestyle has always been different-people are more accustomed to being mindful of the land and others around them,” said Drapesa, who was born and raised in Hawaii and is of Hawaiian, Chinese, and Norwegian descent. “Since you are sharing such a small land mass with others, sustainability & consideration of resources becomes more of a necessity, rather than a choice.”

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Ecohabitude & GreenDrinks Kick Off Holiday Shopping with Style + Ethics


To kick off the holiday shopping season in ethical style, online marketplace Ecohabitude co-hosted a socially conscious social and pop-up at their New York City showroom along withGreen Drinks. We were thrilled to serve as the event’s media partner because we’re so fond of the company and the way in which it verifies the footprint of each and every good it sells. Read on…

Spirit of 608 Podcast


Ever geared up to shop eco-friendly or sustainable or fair trade or socially conscious goods and then just pffft…lost your steam as you tried to wade through the wilds of the Internet to find what you need? That’s exactly the common consumer conundrum Ecohabitude is here to help sort out. After her mother’s battle with breast cancer, founder and CEO Kristen Drapesa launched the online marketplace to connect shoppers with healthier beauty products and ethically-produced fashion.

Today the New York ecommerce startup it a gateway to much more, including eco-friendly children’s clothing, homewares, wedding gifts and edibles such as coffee and spices.

Kristen talks about the chicken-and-egg decision that faces many early stage entrepreneurs: do you go for the vendors and partners first or the audience? Hear her answer, as well as her thoughts on the challenges facing fashion labels that want to produce apparel from eco-positive materials or using socially responsible manufacturing and much more on this episode of the podcast.

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