Post eco-fashion week in Vancouver, here’s an interview with local yoga clothing company Tonic, where the Tonic Collective and Tonic Designers discuss yoga, lifestyle and sustainability.
Canadian jewelry designer + yogini, Sonja Picard launched her eponymous jewelry line, the Sonja Picard Collection (SPC) in 2000, which now has over 350 pieces crafted in silver, gold, gemstones and Canadian diamonds and celebrates the yogic and tantric traditions of adornment. Today, Sonja puts her sculptural background to use as she first hand-carves each original piece in wax, invoking the human spirit and offering a sculptural organic quality to the jewelry. As Sonja launches the newest addition to her work, the SPC Bridal Collection, Yogue chats with her about Yoga, creativity, the eco aspects of her design process and of course bridal inspired yogic jewelry.
I know we’ve chatted a little bit about goals and goal setting this year already at Yogue, but the newness of this year is still with us and I’m happy to share some insights and experience from a fantastic writer, yogi, activist, enlightened dynamo and friend of Yogue, Kimberly Wilson, a.k.a. The Tranquil Hip Chick. Here’s what she has to say about the magic of the start of this year.
Can we change the world through our clothing? Yogue chats with Anna Gilkerson of deux fm.
searching for the ideal eco-chic to go tea mug
Follow the evolution of the apparel industry toward a smarter and more sustainable future, as well as facilitate a conversation about why sustainable fashion matters with ecouterre
Inspired by Paris’s annual White Dinners, local bon-vivants and urban-scape explorers, Rob MacDonald and Scott Hawthorn created the “Eat Alfresco Vancouver” concept.
Part comprehensive directory of “green” products and services available in Canada, part sharp-focus lens revealing the effects of harmful chemicals in various aspects of our daily lives, Ecoholic is also a comprehensive environmental product and services guidebook offering the reader simple and intelligent solutions to make more sustainable choices.
Yogue recently discovered Chakra Vibe, a line of “yoga” jewellry, created and designed by two lovely yoginis in Whistler and Toronto. Each unique piece is made…