Green / Eco-friendly

SusyJack*

Manhattan artist Susan Connor's eye-catching paper goods—desk notebooks, ringlet jotters, and more—feature fantastical designs printed with vegetable inks on completely recycled paper. Even her blank notecards are simple yet brilliantly cheery.

susyjack.com

Swedish Has-Beens

Can leather be eco-friendly? The question raged in the Lucky offices, and the answer, as it turns out, is yes. Swedish Has-Beens works with the burgeoning organic-leather industry, which relies on farm-raised, organically fed animals and nontoxic plant and vegetable tanning, to turn out charming wood-soled clogs and sandals, as well as clean-lined messenger bags in colors like black, caramel, and bright yellow.

Featured in the April 2009 issue.

swedishhasbeens.com

Ting London

Upon her graduation from the Royal College of Art in London, Inghua Ting was inspired to create high-end-looking belts, wallets, and bags made from recycled materials like vintage saddles, old seat belts, and leather belts. Her satchels and barrel bags have a cool, industrial feel and are crafted from vegetable-tanned leathers and secondhand materials sourced from Paris, London, and Los Angeles.

Featured in the April 2009 issue.

tinglondon.com

TOBI

This massive online retailer created a special Eco-Tobi section on its site specially devoted to earth-friendly lines, including comprehensive stockpiles of sought-after items from Stella McCartney for Le Sportsac, Melissa shoes, Loomstate, and Prairie Underground. It has also amassed one of the most impressive assortments of organic denim on the Web.

tobi.com

Upurea

You can buy 40 high-end super-indie brands here, from Juara to Kimberly Sayer.

upurea.com

Wildflower Organics

Based out of Austin, Texas, Wildflower hosts an extraordinarily good sweep of offerings, from organic mattresses to bamboo baby socks. A section of one-of-a-kind items is especially worth a look—you'll find pieces as diverse as driftwood candelabra and naturally formed teak tables with whimsical, curling edges.

wildflowerorganics.com

World of Good

No bidding is required on this eBay-affiliated marketplace, where there are thousands of green, fair-trade, and animal-friendly products from hard-to-find companies like Eo and Pangea.

Featured in the April 2009 issue

worldofgood.com

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