"You may have gleaned a lot of the following from our social media and other blog posts, but I thought it would be helpful to put our Mission and Pillars in one spot for quick reading. We may not hit every ideal all the time, but having these down in writing is a powerful way to guide action in the future."
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"Words like quality, quantity, and value all can be confused with one another these days. Somehow the scales became tipped so we all want the best and most of everything, but where does this path get us in the long run? The growing trend of intentional minimalism, having less possessions not out of necessity but by choice, offers an alternative that echoes the sentiment LIVSN is all about. So let’s dive in for a bit as to why cutting down on what we own make sense – physically, mentally, and beyond."
"Sustainability conversations commonly center around what something is made of and how. There is a more broad definition of sustainability as a measure of a business's health and ability to last - things like social responsibility, corporate citizenship, and profitability. We argue that simply surviving, even thriving, as a business today is not enough to ensure we'll be around tomorrow. If we disappear as a business, wasn't the energy spent to exist ultimately wasted?"
"The apparel industry is the world's second largest polluter, second only to oil. What drives this waste is an overflow of clothing production, major shifts from natural fibers to synthetics, and the fuel used to facilitate the process. Beyond the material, there are aspects of durability, repairability, style, and design that contribute significantly to the overall environmental impact of a piece of clothing. Because our industry creates a physical product, the first place to start in curbing environmental impact is the raw material."