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Spreading the Word: ENAT now on the Compathy Ethical Brand List

Anyone noticed the rising tide recently? Thanks to the wonderful community of conscious fashion bloggers and supporters out to tell the world about the alternative way to shop, the buzz is becoming audibly louder. It's so exciting! Compathy is one of the newest blogs/resources and we're honored to be part of their resource page featuring brands that, as they put it, "make the world a brighter place."  Head over to the site to see all of our fellow conscious brands and get a head start on those holiday gifts! 

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Nick from *a day pack* on the ENAT leather scrap Card Wallet

Gotta say, feedback is great –– especially when it's the good kind! Earlier this year we came out with the ENAT Card Wallet, a way of turning our waste into something a lot more useful than garbage. This little holder is made from the scraps of our other bags and brings us one step closer to achieving zero waste. It also marks our first foray into designing something that appeals to everyone.  We sent one to Nick, 1/2 of the loveable a day pack duo, to test drive it for us. We totally dig the fact that Emily, the original face of this blog that focuses on conscious goods and a slow lifestyle, is stepping out from behind the camera. We know more guys are choosing...

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ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest: What we're reading this week (ed. 2)

ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest: What we're reading this week (ed. 2) We’re back with another installment of the ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest – because we know you need some summer beach reading. We’re seeing more and more news stories about what’s going on in conscious and sustainable fashion around the globe. Here is a roundup ove what we’ve liked most in the past two weeks.Thanks for following along! Eliza + Olivia (Want this in your inbox next time? Drop us your email and we'll send it your way!) _________ Ocean Plastics are IN– or so we’re told. Brands are starting to use plastic salvaged from the likes of the Pacific Garbage Patch, and we’re totally into it. (via Marie...

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