Sustainable Retail Partners
Did you know that many of your favorite shopping destinations here at our center are working toward a more sustainable future? Check out what they're doing:
Apple will buy back or recycle old Apple devices in store. Items are thoroughly inspected, and components are either reused or recycled in an environmentally responsible way.
The first beauty company manufacturing with 100% wind power, shop Aveda’s selection of all-vegan, naturally derived and/or organic products, packaged using a minimum of 80% post-consumer recycled packaging.
Shop ECONYL® the new sustainable activewear line featuring an innovative yard that uses 100% regenerated nylon fiber made of discarded waste.
Send your used Gap, Banana Republic, or Old Navy merchandise to thredUp and earn credit to be used at any Gap Inc. brand. Gap Inc. is a member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, the Global Fashion Pact, and Ellen MacArthur Make Fashion Circular organizations dedicated to revolutionizing the fashion industry.
Johnny Was’ sustainable clothing line, Calmé, recognizes the importance of environmental and social responsibility. From their globally-inspired embroideries to the classic beauty of natural silks, Johnny Was has always been about authenticity and timelessness, while also looking forward. Calmé uses conscious and innovative textiles.
A member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action and Better Cotton Initiative will achieve 100% renewable electricity for owned and operated facilities this year. Free fitness classes are expected to resume post pandemic.
Return six empty M.A.C makeup containers to participating locations and receive a standard MAC lipstick. M.A.C Lover loyalists may choose a standard lipstick, lipglass or small eye shadow.
Stop by one of Madewell's stores with your pre-loved pairs (from any brand: the bootcuts from high school, the baggy ones from your skater days, the bright red skinnies from who knows when). Their friends from Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program will turn them into housing insulation for communities in need—and Madewell will give you $20 off new ones.
Recycle beauty product packaging in store by dropping your empty personal care bottles, tubes, caps, dispensers, tubs and more in the BEAUTYCYCLE collection bins.
Pottery Barn, has strengthened their commitment to sourcing wood responsibly, setting a goal to plant three million trees by the end of 2023. Through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, the largest environmental nonprofit dedicated to planting trees, the brand will plant one tree for every piece of indoor wood furniture* sold. This partnership will restore vulnerable ecosystems and endangered forests and support the reduction of climate impact, leading to cleaner air and water while enriching lives. https://www.potterybarn.com/pages/our-commitments/
In-store recycling and composting available for all Starbucks packing engineered to avoid the landfill. Participating locations offer spent coffee grounds for gardening at no charge.