Between all the workshops, talks, demos, panels, performances, clothing and books swaps at Zero Waste, make sure you check out these 14 vendors from clothing, paper, food, and household accessories to incorporate in your new zero waste lifestyle! Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
Dusty Rose is a vintage clothing operation FULLY committed to zero waste. Located in Brooklyn, Dusty Rose Vintage houses every vintage style and silhouette imaginable. It's home to 20,000 pounds of vintage gold, sorted in to countless rows of bins, from short sleeve dresses, to jackets and tees galore
Eagle Eye Shop upcycles found and vintage fabrics into one of a kind lightweight statement earrings all backed on scrap leather. Each earring is designed, cut, and assembled by hand in Long Island City, New York, which is why no two earrings are exactly alike.
Cunty is a fempparel movement dedicated to reclaiming the word cunt back to its original and reverential meaning that honors the feminine rather than degrading it! We repurpose and embellish vintage wares that have authenticity, durability and aide in our constant efforts to lower our carbon footprint!
Globally sourced recycled and repurposed items like denim shorts with patch work, upcycled denim vests, dresses made from vintage Banjara fabrics that are over 50 years old and more!
Each piece in THE SERIES is handmade in New York of only renewed and reworked existing materials. It is seasonless, genderless, wearable collage, a celebration of diversity, for all bodies, for all beings.
stojo makes sustainability simple through our sleek collapsible, reusable travel cups. we're on a mission to end disposable culture, one cup at a time.
ECOBAGS Products, Inc. is a woman-owned certified B Corp offering sustainable solutions to single-use plastics since 1989!
Handmade flame-worked glass straws, and glass drink stirrers.
IXV Coffee, a soon to be opened zero waste cafe in Brooklyn, will be serving maple sweetened ginger tea from Tweefontain Farms, and pour over coffee & iced coffee. BYOC!
Our mission is to help people discover healthy, radiant skin naturally through plant-powered skin care products and by giving them the insight and understanding of how to live holistically.
Dulse & Rugosa makes artisan skincare with botanicals grown and harvested on our small Maine island farm.
Ariele Max will be serving her homemade, nourishing meals throughout the event while spreading awareness of the environmental impacts of food waste.
Tomorrow Is Always New is a studio, which creates biodegradable, one of a kind, hand dyed naturally, eco-centric home products and artworks.
Aya Paper Co. is a black woman-owned novelty shop that brings you sustainably produced paper goods and gifts made with 100% recycled materials.
Regular glitter is made from polyester which is harmful for our bodies and the environment. BioGlitz is made from plants, and is both biodegradable and compostable.
Suji combines her two greatest passions—plants and pottery—to make happy, functional planters designed to showcase the beauty of the plants inside them. All pottery is handmade in New York from reclaimed porcelain clay.
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