Sustainable Retail Partners
Did you know that many of your favorite shopping destinations here at our center are working toward a more sustainable future? Check out what they're doing:
Apple will buy back or recycle old Apple devices in store. Items are thoroughly inspected, and components are either reused or recycled in an environmentally responsible way.
Look for products using sustainable fiber Seawool, created from reclaimed oyster and bottle fibers in some performance styles. Eddie Bauer partners with bluesign (safe textile production), Canopy Style Initiative, American Forest, and Good 360.
Donate gently used eyewear to help another person in the world see more clearly through the OneSight program - a family of charitable vision care programs dedicated to improving vision through outreach, research and education.
A member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action and Better Cotton Initiative will achieve 100% renewable electricity for owned and operated facilities this year. Free fitness classes are expected to resume post pandemic.
Stop by one of Madewell's stores with your pre-loved pairs (from any brand: the bootcuts from high school, the baggy ones from your skater days, the bright red skinnies from who knows when). Their friends from Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program will turn them into housing insulation for communities in need—and Madewell will give you $20 off new ones.
Zinke Hair Studio Aveda
Zinke Hair Studio has partnered with Green Circle Salons to recycle 90-95% of their waste. They recycle all paper and plastic, all of their foils, color tubes - even the little plastic lids on the color tubes, any waste chemicals that don’t make it onto your head, and of course, your hair. The hair then will be used to make hair booms to aid in the clean-up of oil spills, an even greater step to aid our planet. https://zinkehairstudio.com/about/give-back/