advertisement advertisement advertisement If you're unfamiliar with Goodee, you'll want to remedy that. It's a two-year-old design shop that sells beautiful, ethically made multicultural objects from designers from around the world. This year, Goodee has partnered with Nordstrom to curate the Goodee100 , a selection of 100 home and lifestyle items that all cost $100 or less. advertisement advertisement latest venture from Toronto-based Byron and Dexter Peart , who previously founded the fashion label Want Les Essentiels. With this new startup, they are singularly focused on what it means to design products that do good for the world. On their website, they have a set of icons, each of which reflects a different cause—from poverty reduction to gender advocacy to water conservancy to carbon reduction—so you can easily identify a product's social impact. The Goodee team rigorously vets each product and its supply chain to ensure it lives up to one or more of these missions. It is also a certified B Corporation and is part of 1% For The Planet, which means that 1% of each sale goes to environmental nonprofits. The Pearts have started designing pieces that reflect the brand's mission, such as a chic bag—the Bassi Market… Read full this story
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