Sears’ Saws, Horny Party, & Sustainable Collective

Sustainable Collective1. I just got a boner for my new favorite place to shop, and sustainable just got sexier (and more affordable)! Convoy Apparel’s Sustainable Collective menswear Spring/Summer 08 collection is chic, sleek, and organíque. Get your hemp, bamboo, and organic cotton skinny jeans, vests, hoodies, button-downs, and ties here. Their policies? Sweatshop-free, made in the USA, natural organic dyes, and all styles are shipped in custom “bio-bags” made of 100% compostable and biodegradable corn material. All boxes are 100% recycled. If it wasn’t for the organic wool, I’d get the ring out… And ladies, no need to feel left out. they have the hot stuff for you too

duke vestgranite

heliodormain1pier 22 tie

2. I had fun at the Time Out New York “Horny Issue” Party! Here I am on Fleshbot (!!!) w/ the lovely Kerin Rose. Where did I put those clothes? For those that missed it, I was the centerfold in TONY’s Horny Issue.

3. Sears is the largest producer of catalogs that has refused to adopt a progressive environmental policy. Tell them to stop fucking up the forests! Father’s Day is big sales-time for Sears, click Here to let them know your dad would rather have clean water, a safe climate, and thriving forests than a tie, tool, or new grill.

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Forest Ethics will help you plan your action. Here’s what you can do:
* Organize an event at a Sears storefront, on your campus, or in your community
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3 Responses to Sears’ Saws, Horny Party, & Sustainable Collective

  1. Michael says:

    I love the Sustainable Collective stuff – thanks for introducing me to it!

    But, maybe DB can help me out here – how do I order clothing online? I always try everything on and I’m just not fashion aware enough to understand how to figure out sizing…

    Help!

  2. ordering clothing online can be a pain in the butt, since it seems every line has it’s own idea of what constitutes S, M, L, XL (sometimes a small is huge on me and sometimes a large is too small!).

    The best thing to do is to know you actual waist size and chest size and try to find out the measurements of the clothing. You can always call customer service and ask if it’s not provided on the site.

    Don;t know your measurements? Get out a tape-measure and wrap it around your waist and chest, viola!

  3. […] 15% Discount at Sustainble Collective Starting today, Sustainable Collective is offering us Discerning Brutes an exclusive 15% discount on all apparel for the month of June! […]

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