Sustainability In Action

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At Lucky Brand, we’re working to make Earth Day every day by making small changes in our daily lives. We asked a few employees to weigh in on what they’re doing to help save the Earth—because every little bit counts.
Jenna May, Assistant Producer
This insulated bottle is my favorite—especially in SoCal, because the ice basically doesn’t melt and I have cold water all day. I also love the size of it, since I drink a lot of water throughout the day. Before, I’d always feel bad for drinking five plastic bottles of water, and wouldn’t drink as much in return. It has so many dings in it, and it’s also super loud when it drops (I’m pretty sure I’ve scared a few coworkers). It comes with me everywhere I go, whether it’s to the grocery store or home to San Francisco—I’m attached.
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Nick Pini, Studio Flats Stylist
I’ve drawn my whole life, but I’ve always been a big nature lover as well. The worst feeling I had as an artist is when I would draw one line on a piece of paper and the line is completely wrong so I would toss it and start again. So instead of wasting paper I decided to go paperless. I love how quick it is, and it’s nice that I’m not harming the environment.
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Ying Cezan, Art Director
I try to bring my own silverware, plates, and glasses to work with my lunch as much as possible, so as not to contribute to more waste. The selfish convenience of single-use take out containers and plastics is so disruptive to the earth and animals!
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Jake Windham, Studio Producer
I am not a fan of choosing paper over plastic bags at the grocery store, so a great alternative is a reusable cloth tote. I used to store all of my plastic grocery bags in a kitchen cupboard, thinking I would reuse them for the next shopping day. When I realized I would never do that, I put a reusable cloth bag in my car so that I would always have a greener option to go grocery shopping with.
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Lilly Liem, Sr. Digital Marketing Specialist
Anyone who has had to bear through L.A. traffic knows that it's no joke. I live in Orange County, so commuting to L.A. is even more of an undertaking. An average drive to work can take me about 1.5 hours. Taking the train not only keeps my blood preassure and stress levels at bay, but according to the APTA, it also helps in reducing energy consumption and harmful carbon dioxide greenhouse emissions.
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Adam Johnston, Integrated Marketing Manager
 I bike to work in L.A.'s Arts District. Blue skies, warm sun, a cool breeze—it isn't much of a struggle here in L.A. One less car on the road helps everyone else in a small way, and it frees me from the gridlock blues.
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