Daylife Designed by Nature Our People Shop Sustainable: New York City Share Article: Are your closets looking a little bare after spring cleaning? Sarah Slutsky, mindful shopper and celebrity stylist, gives us her favorite spots around the city for eco-friendly fashion, home decor, jewelry and more. LOVE ADORNED 269 Elizabeth Street, Nolita, Manhattan A boutique that stocks an eclectic mix of jewelry as well as unusual items for the home, like fabric tassels and a variety of handmade ceramics. NILI LOTAN 188 Duane Street, Tribeca, Manhattan This sophisticated shop carries work and cocktail-party staples in a gallery-like space that often exhibits artwork. MAIYET 16 Crosby Street, SoHo, Manhattan A luxury fashion brand, Maiyet partners with artisans from around the world to incorporate handcrafted details and unusual fabrics into their collections. NUDIE JEANS 188 Bowery, Nolita, Manhattan The Swedish denim brand uses 100% organic cotton and offers free repair services to encourage sustainable consumption. ANNIE’S GENERAL STORE 232 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn An urban spin on the country general store, specializing in all things fun and functional. TEN THOUSAND THINGS 153 Ludlow Street, LES, Manhattan A small jewelry store carrying meticulously handcrafted modern heirlooms, inspired by abstract shapes found in nature. MELISSA JOY MANNING 196 Court Street, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Committed to ethically-sourced materials, this designer crafts her unique pieces from sustainable stones and recycled 14-karat gold. KAIGHT 382 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn A pioneer retailer in the eco-fashion movement and a beloved neighborhood boutique that carries well-designed clothing and accessories by independent designers. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Calling Out Climate Change: Our Warming Oceans Hurricanes have occurred naturally since the beginning of time, but we’ve recently learned the role climate change plays... View Story Tagged as Designed by Nature Honeybees Are Here To Help For centuries farmers have kept their agriculture thriving by introducing honeybees into orchards using manmade hives. This... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness Live Green, Eat Green We recently discovered an article featuring the eye-opening statistic that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.