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Jessica Marati
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Jessica Marati is a writer and consultant passionate about sustainability, social change, fashion, travel, and business. A graduate of Princeton University, she has previously worked as a community manager and freelance journalist, voyaging across six continents to cover subjects from Argentine tango to Alaskan seafood to Paris Fashion Week. After settling in New York City in early 2010, she found herself caught in a cycle of conspicuous consumption, and she vowed to become a more responsible shopper and citizen. That journey led her to create Tout Le Monde, a blog and e-commerce site exploring the world of socially responsible style. Find Jessica on Twitter @jessmarati.

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Behind the Label: The Ideologies Behind The Lululemon Manifesto

(9) Comments | Posted September 28, 2012 | 10:55 AM

This is the latest installment of Behind the Label, a weekly column on corporate social responsibility and greenwashing on EcoSalon.

Very few people can argue with the feel-good affirmations printed on the Lululemon Manifesto. There are practical...

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Isabella Rossellini, Dressed as a Honey Bee, Discusses Colony Collapse Disorder (VIDEO)

(2) Comments | Posted June 21, 2012 | 3:44 PM

Several years ago, Isabella Rossellini donned arts-and-crafts costumes to explain the mating habits of animals in Green Porno, the acclaimed series of short films that she produced for the Sundance Channel. Now, she's back...

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Behind the Label: H&M's Conscious Collection

(0) Comments | Posted February 7, 2012 | 5:15 PM

Originally posted at EcoSalon


It's so easy to love and hate H&M. On the one hand, the Swedish fashion chain has played a significant role in democratizing fashion and bringing trends once reserved for the upper...

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How Becoming a Conscious Consumer Changed My Life

(6) Comments | Posted July 22, 2011 | 2:10 PM

At the beginning of this year, as at the beginning of every year, I made a resolution. But this time, it didn't involve eating healthier or reading more or any of the other self-improvement vows that get neglected by March and fully abandoned by May.

This time,...

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