In this month's Taste newsletter, we celebrate a very meaningful capsule drop, highlight some of our favorite artists activists, and bring you what's in our
headphones. Behind the scenes, we have been preparing for a “slow summer" after a very eventful spring season. More to come on that very soon!
The Yoko Capsule
The Yoko Capsule is a collaborative collection with Emi Ito of Little Koto's Closet. This capsule consists of five pieces envisaged in the spirit of Emi's late mother, Yoko. Read more about the inspiration behind the collection and shop the pre-order today.
Can Sustainable Brands Be Affordable to All?
Eileen O'Brien dives deep on sustainable fashion again. This time we look at why sustainable garments (as opposed to secondhand) come with a higher price tag and we'll share the details with you on how we're striving to make our clothes more accessible!
Long Read: Art, Climate and Covid
When COVID-19 hit last winter, Maya Lin, artist and architect behind Maya Lin Studio, had to put a very important project on hold. This LA Times story walks us through Lin's pandemic journey, one we can all relate to on some level.
Multitudes Studio on Society6
We love to highlight other creators doing inspiring work Krista Sison-Dunlavy of Multitudes Studio (@multitudes_studio on Instagram) aims to humanize the conversation on climate emergency and consumption. We recently discovered her artwork on Society6 and simply had to share.
Mark Your Calendars
We are planning an Instagram Live with Emi of Little Koto's Closet (@Little_Kotos_Closet on Instagram) next week. Be sure to send us your questions about the Yoko Capsule on Instagram and we will answer them during the live Q&A!
ICYMI: A Note On Mothers Day
Although Mother's Day has come and gone, we are still reflecting on the feelings that this day brought up for us. In case you missed it, here are some reflections on what this day signifies this year.
〰 New Tunes 〰
As always, we can't forget some new feel good tunes added to our Taste Spotify playlist. Check it out for over four hours of music we love!