The world can’t seem to get enough of the VW camper. Here to send hearts aflutter yet again from Berkeley to Woodstock -- with a stopover, this go-round, in Silicon Valley -- is the Ecco concept car, a wacky futuristic camper for tech-horny hippies.
West-coast based clothing company Nau is opening a pop-up shop in New York for the holidays, and is taking the word "sustainable" to the next level.
Here/Nau/NYC opens Thursday in Soho, featuring its line of eco-friendly clothing. But what's interesting about the store is that everything--apparel aside--has been collected from waste products in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Forward thinking, progressive design, fully committed to balancing
environmental issues and sustainability with business objectives — all
of these could have been used to describe nau.
I don’t get it. Great ideas are always supposed to prevail.
stores were revolutionary, their online experience was beautiful (if a
bit clunky to shop but I'm hyper-critical in this area) and their
product delivered. It was lead by savvy, former execs from companies
like Patagonia and Nike.