Kenzo, Tiger Beer + World Wildlife Fund’s Capsule Collection

Four artists design bold limited edition garments for the Rare Stripes charitable collaboration

The global wild tiger population has dropped to a staggeringly small 3,890. It will continue to diminish without the aid of preservation organizations—and those who can offer their support to these non-profits. With that in mind, iconic fashion brand Kenzo (known for their emblematic tiger) has joined forces with pioneering Singaporean beverage company Tiger Beer on a quest to aid the World Wildlife Fund. The …

Slow Factory + World Wildlife Fund: Petit Atlas Collection

Bringing NASA satellite imagery of Earth's beautiful landscapes to luxe and versatile silk scarves

by Chérmelle D. Edwards Design boutique Slow Factory merges silk and satellite images into sustainably designed, limited edition scarves that are entirely eye-catching. Three years ago, founder Celine Semaan Vernon began gathering images from NASA through a Creative Commons license, which would allow her to use the public data on her scarves. Given that Vernon—who hails from Beirut, Lebanon—wasn’t a fashion designer and didn’t have …

Skateboards Made From Garbage: The Bucket Board

Brooklyn artist Mac Premo teams up with Sanford Shapes to turn trash into treasure

Despite a shift toward more environmentally conscious consumption habits, trash remains a pressing global pollution problem that threatens the habitats of humans and wildlife alike. To raise awareness for the World Wildlife Fund‘s upcoming Earth Hour (28 March 2015 at 8:30PM local time), the organization tapped Brooklyn artist Mac Premo to put his “stuff-making” skills to the test. The CH regular was tasked with taking …