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Valentines Day Special – WIN!

It’s early Feb and the crispy air may be reminding you of the prick of cupid’s bow. We here at Amazingy can think of another way to get you in the mood. Perhaps, you’ll get lucky (in two senses) by winning the following: One fortune-struck reader will win: ILIA Lipstick Wild Child (RRP €28.00) A moisturizing full coverage organic lipstick in a fiery red. Good Clean Love Almost Naked Organic

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Behind the Brand: Teatox – Health in a Teabag

When browsing the tea section at your local market, you are often presented with odd names like ‘Relaxation Oasis’ or absurd blends like ‘Raspberry Coconut’. The existing tea selection made me all the more curious about the brand Teatox. The cool packaging and minimalistic design spoke to me immediately, the promise of ‘Natural Defense’ or ‘Skinny Detox’ alluring me as well. Michael Decker and Felix Ilse, both 27 years old,

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Behind the brand: Carolyna Clutches

The Carolyna makeup bags are not just a feast for the eyes, they sooth the conscience as well. These gorgeous beauty-bags connect both upcycling and sustainability with the design requirements of LOHAS. When I discovered the Carolyna clutches on Amazingy, I was immediately hooked. The use of fish skin, which is reminiscent of snakeskin, the gentle pastel colors and the intricate use of such a fabric in the designs –

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This holiday season, give with Kiva

As some of you may have noticed already, Amazingy Magazine has been sporting a Kiva button at the bottom of our homepage for a while now. High time that we tell you a little bit more about it what Kiva is, and how this anti-poverty organisation works. When Amazingy’s founders, Floris and Ingrid, took those first few steps into the unknown by starting their own company, they knew right from

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Behind the Brand: Unique Sustainable Luxury

When Jørgen and Hanne Rasmussen realized their jobs were taking time away from their burgeoning relationship, the decision was clear: quit the jobs and become self-employed. They founded their company, Unique Sustainable Luxury, to uncompromisingly adhere to the principles of ecology, sustainability, and fair trade.  Now, the Rasmussen couple spends a lot of time in development, testing shampoo and conditioner recipes, rejecting some things, adding others, until they’re left with

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