In the Green Posts

Eco-Friendly Vacation Essentials

Eco-Friendly Vacation Essentials

If you haven’t taken your summer vacation yet, you’re probably planning on one soon. But before you step out that door to a few weeks of blissful obliviousness, we have a few products to help put your eco-conscious mind to rest.

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Going to the Birds: In the Green

Going to the Birds: In the Green

A little birdy didn’t have to tell us that birdhouses are very in right now – when stores like Anthropologie start selling them, you know that birdhouses have gone from old-time dorky to hip and chic. We think a bird house is a great idea as a gift for a nature-loving friend, and with our […]

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How to Be A Locavore: In the Green

How to Be A Locavore: In the Green

People  say it’s not easy being green, but we say it’s a heck of a lot harder being an all-out locavore. Who, in this day and age of supermarkets and instant gratification, actually knows when a carrot’s in season? Or where those little buggers come from in the first place? Well, if you’re like us […]

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The Greenest Lap Tops of 2010: In the Green

The Greenest Lap Tops of 2010: In the Green

Choosing a laptop nowadays is about as easy as finding love in the big city – it’s confusing, overwhelming, and so frustrating that you eventually end up settling for whichever one seems least likely to implode. Well, my fellow greeniacs – why not let your environmental and ethical compass guide you? Check out this guide […]

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Best Eco-Friendly Calendars for 2010

Best Eco-Friendly Calendars for 2010

We eco-friendly mavens are pretty used to thinking ahead –  be it a few millenia as we ponder the fate of our fragile lil’ planet or a few hours as we trudge outside to place our recycling on the curb. And for all our forward thinking, we deserve something downright pretty to keep track of our […]

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In the Green: Vintage Style Bikes

In the Green: Vintage Style Bikes

There’s nothing quite like cycling about town – the wind in your hair, the smell of grass, delicious groceries in your basket. Of course, there’s nothing quite like having to cycle in torrential downpours either, but that’s nothing the intrepid and eco-conscious biker can’t handle. The fact is, bicycling isn’t just an environmentally conscious means of […]

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In the Green: Your Recycled Goods’ (not so) Torrid Past

In the Green: Your Recycled Goods' (not so) Torrid Past

It’s human nature. As soon as you buy something second hand – maybe it’s that charmingly worn out purse you use daily or the remarkably preserved set of china you keep in your cupboard – you wonder: who was this person who had it before me? What did it mean to him/her? And why did he/she give it up? Pass […]

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Imran Amed's Signature9

Imran Amed's Signature9
The Business of Fashion editor introduces us to his signature style items

Diane Pernet's Signature9

Diane Pernet's Signature9
Fashion blogger and film festival creator, Diane Pernet, shares nine of her favorite things

Video interview with Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld

90 Seconds with Carine Roitfeld
In a Signature9 exclusive, we catch up with the Vogue Paris editor-in-chief

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