40 Sustainable Items to Shop from Our First-Ever Sustainability Issue

Going green has never looked so good.

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Design by Monica Park

While putting together our first-ever sustainability issue, we found some seriously awesome products that won't sacrifice the environment at your expense. These eco-friendly items will have you looking good and feeling even better. Bring out your inner activist and scroll through to shop.

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Along with natural shell buttons, this jacket is made of 100 percent recycled polyester.

Amur, $695

BUY IT: amur.com

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Sustainably-sourced macadamia nut oil can be found in this lightweight foundation.

Dr. Hauschka Foundation, $60

BUY IT: drhauschka.com.au

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This Earth Day, Athleta laid out the goal of making 80% of its clothing with sustainable fibers.

Athleta, $79

BUY IT: athleta.com

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Athleta aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% at stores and headquarters and is investing in innovative water-saving technologies.

Athleta, $54

BUY IT: athleta.com

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For each bamboo-inspired piece sold, John Hardy plants new seedlings (1 million and counting) at the brand's Bali workshop, where every structure is made entirely from low-impact materials.

John Hardy, price upon request

BUY IT: johnhardy.com

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Reduce, reuse, and recycle with this tone-correcting moisturizer's packaging.

Aveda, $60

BUY IT: aveda.com

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These earrings are made from recycled gold and produced in a chemical-free workspace.

Baker and Black, $3,200

BUY IT: bakerandblack.com

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This bag is handmade by artisans int he Philippines to eliminate polluting machinery and support the local economy.

Bea Valdes, $994

BUY IT: maison-de-mode.com

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The nourishing formula is housed by a 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottle.

Matrix Biolage R.A.W. Nourish Shampoo, $25

BUY IT: matrix.com

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AMUR (short for A Mindful Use of Resources) works exclusively with organic and upcycled fabrics.

Amur, $448

BUY IT: amur.com

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Raw pebbles are the centerpieces of CVC Stones' naturally sourced creations.

CVC Stones, price upon request

BUY IT: cvcstones.com

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Daniela Villegas' pieces are handcrafted in limited quantities and often incorporate organic materials like feathers and pebbles.

Daniela Villegas, price upon request

BUY IT: danielavillegas.com

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Behno is dedicated to empowering India's 90 percent female factory workforce with fair wages and quality healthcare.

Behno, $850

BUY IT: behno.com

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This blush is just one new offering from the famously planet-conscious brand's makeup line.

Burt's Bees, $10

BUY IT: burtsbees.com.

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The brand uses only ethically sourced and produced materials to craft footwear like this boot, which also features dried flower petals on its heel.

Dear Frances, $550

BUY IT: dearfrances.com

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This mini-tote features custom, artisanal handles made of recycled metal.

Edun, $690

BUY IT: edun.com

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For every acre of mining land, the responsibly-sourced-diamond brand donates five to nature conservation.

Forevermark, price upon request

BUY IT: forevermark.com

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The designer creates pieces from "deadstock" (unused) fabric in limited quantities to reduce and recycle.

Gabriela Hearst, $1,595

BUY IT: gabrielahearst.com

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Colored-stone producer Gemfields builds community schools, supports local farming cooperatives, and, when finished mining in the area, replants native vegetation extracted and cared for off-site during excavation.

Gemfields, price upon request

BUY IT: gemfields.co.uk

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This dress is from H&M's conscious collection, which comprises pieces made from eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton and recycled polyester.

H&M, $79.99

BUY IT: hm.com

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These earrings are made of titanium, a naturally occurring and recyclable metal resistant to corrosion.

Jacob & Co, price upon request

BUY IT: jacobandco.com

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Shinola is reinvigorating Detroit's economy by making its watches locally, returning hundreds of manufacturing jobs to the area.

Gomelsky by Shinola, $900

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This boot is vegetable-tanned to cut down on pollution and chemical use.

Gabriela Hearst, $895

BUY IT: gabrielahearst.com

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Future Glory crafts its bags out of discarded leather by-products, then donates a portion of sales to women who have suffered abuse.

Future Glory, $375

BUY IT: futureglory.co

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This swim line uses luxe Italian sustainable techno-fabric and are made locally in Los Angeles.

Jade, $150

BUY IT: jadeswim.com

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All pieces are locally made in Manhattan to eliminate pollution from overseas shipping and manufacturing.

Marlo Laz, $5,000

BUY IT: modaoperandi.com

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The nourishing formula is housed by a 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottle.

MyChelle Dermaceuticals Perfect C Cleansing Oil, $18

BUY IT: mychelle.com

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The New York City-based design duo carved these birdcage danglers out of Brazilian tagua nuts.

Of Rare Origin, $1,450

BUY IT: modaoperandi.com

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Prabal Gurung recently introduced cupro, a fiber made of reclaimed cotton waste.

Prabal Gurung, $2,195

BUY IT: modaoperandi.com

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Paula Mendoza does all of her material sourcing and manufacturing in her native Colombia to support local artisans.

Paula Mendoza, $145

BUY IT: paulamendoza.com

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