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.