25 Jul '12, 9pm

Check out our exclusive interview with Fashioning Change—60,000 eco-fashion interventions and still going strong!

has come a long way. Since it launched last fall, the online marketplace has conducted nearly 60,000 “green shopping interventions” by helping consumers recreate name-brand looks using sustainable and ethical brands. Its flagship product is “Wear This, Not That,” a web-based app that compares two similar styles—the status-quo option versus an ethically made alternative—with comparable price points. Bullet points below each look explain the sustainable (or not-so-sustainable) practices behind the brand. More often than not, the obvious choice is the better choice, both socially and environmentally. We tracked down Kestrel Jenkins , a former writer at Ecouterre and the product and sourcing coordinator for Fashioning Change, to learn more. Plus, scroll down for an exclusive 25 percent discount on all

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