From Boston to Seattle, eight stores where you can buy smart—and give back.
Envi Everything here says sustainable style: organic-cotton tees by Edun (Bono and Ali Hewson’s line); recyclable shopping bags; and, coming soon, paper-free e-mail receipts. 164 Newbury St.; 617/267-3684; shopenvi.com.
New York City
Kaight Owner Kate McGregor fills her racks with eco-couture, including Lara Miller’s handwoven "flip" skirts that convert into dresses. 83 Orchard St.; 212/680-5630; kaightnyc.com.
Ekovaruhuset This pocket-size Swedish outpost is the source for international labels like Veja, which makes organic canvas sneakers with Amazonian-rubber soles. 123 Ludlow St.; 212/673-1753; ekovaruhuset.se.
Equita One-stop shop for fashion, body, home, and food in a converted ice factory. Products are sourced from artisans and fair-trade companies in over 40 developing countries. Ice House, 100 43rd St., Suite 114; 412/353-0109; shopequita.com.
Therapy A celeb favorite in the hip SoCo area, known for its eclectic and organic stock—denim, chocolates, and more. 1113 S. Congress Ave.; 512/326-2331; therapyclothing.com.
Vickerey Formerly an online-only venture, this new shop has an impressive mix of all-natural beauty products, jewelry, and gifts, such as Lama Li lokta-bark journals. 5345 Arapahoe Ave.; 800/963-1050; vickerey.com.
Regeneration One percent of every sale at this shabby-chic boutique in the up-and-coming Eagle Rock district goes to environmental organizations around the globe. 1649 Colorado Blvd.; 323/344-0430; shopregeneration.com.
Juniper The minimalist Madrona-neighborhood space showcases emerging green designers. Of note: Loyale’s whimsical bamboo-jersey dresses. 3314 E. Spring St.; 206/838-7496; juniperinmadrona.com.