A start-up online hub for sustainable fashion, Modavanti seeks to marry forward fashion with forward thinking. That means carrying hip, sleek clothing, jewelry, accessory, and handbag brands that don’t exude the scent of patchouli oil. Launched in early 2013, the site gives a percentage of sales to Nest, Charity Water, and 19th Amendment and has designers adhere to a sustainability threshold. Badges for customers to identify eco- and ethically sourced items come in nine categories: Eco Conscious, Energy Efficient, Organic, Recycled/Repurposed, Vegan, Vintage, USA Made, Hand Made, and Fairly Traded. Your fashionista paramour may like Freedom of Animals’ Mad Men–worthy white-and-black Melia Lia box bag ($360), made in the U.S. from recycled faux leather, or Dirty Librarian Chains’ funky, chunky Crystalline necklace ($185), handmade in NYC with vintage tube beads.