Annika.

Feb 13

#portland #conventioncenter  #sunset

#portland #conventioncenter #sunset

Oct 10

Beach house killed it (Taken with Instagram)

Beach house killed it (Taken with Instagram)

Taken with Instagram

Taken with Instagram

@josenoir (Taken with Instagram)

@josenoir (Taken with Instagram)

Taken with Instagram

Taken with Instagram

Jul 15

[video]

Jun 27

I must get this.

woah, check it out
http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/06/26/fascinatingly-simple-part-tr/

woah, check it out

http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/06/26/fascinatingly-simple-part-tr/

Jun 20

Go for it

Go for it

May 05

PPR aims to slash its carbon emissions, waste and water use by 25%.


PPR Group, the French multinational parent behind luxury and sportswear labels like Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Puma, has announced a five-year plan to reduce its environmental and social footprint. By leveraging the results of PPR’s Environmental Profit & Loss Account, an ongoing initiative to measure the combined ecological impact of its subsidiaries, the multi-tiered action plan will focus on the reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions, waste, and water; sourcing of raw materials; hazardous chemicals and materials; and paper and packaging.

I say this should be a goal for all major manufacturing companies.   Doing the wrong thing is just too easy.
 

PPR aims to slash its carbon emissions, waste and water use by 25%.


PPR Group, the French multinational parent behind luxury and sportswear labels like Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Puma, has announced a five-year plan to reduce its environmental and social footprint. By leveraging the results of PPR’s Environmental Profit & Loss Account, an ongoing initiative to measure the combined ecological impact of its subsidiaries, the multi-tiered action plan will focus on the reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions, waste, and water; sourcing of raw materials; hazardous chemicals and materials; and paper and packaging.

I say this should be a goal for all major manufacturing companies.   Doing the wrong thing is just too easy.