Alden Wicker

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Alden Wicker is the founder and editor of EcoCult, a lifestyle blog about all things sustainable in New York City and beyond, including fashion, beauty, food, design, and events. She is a regular contributor to Refinery29, and has been published in xoJane, Well Good, Huffington Post Green, Narratively, LearnVest, Conscious…

Alden Wicker is the founder and editor of EcoCult, a lifestyle blog about all things sustainable in New York City and beyond, including fashion, beauty, food, design, and events. She is a regular contributor to Refinery29, and has been published in xoJane, Well Good, Huffington Post Green, Narratively, LearnVest, Conscious Magazine, Societé Perrier, and Greatist. She is a co-founder of the Ethical Writers Coalition as well as the electronic music blog Under the Sound, and lives with her fiancé and two rescue kitties in Brooklyn. Find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Alden Wicker is the founder and editor of EcoCult, a lifestyle blog about all things sustainable in New York City and beyond, including fashion, beauty, food, design, and events. She is a regular contributor to Refinery29, and has been published in xoJane, Well Good, Huffington Post Green, Narratively, LearnVest, Conscious…

Alden Wicker is the founder and editor of EcoCult, a lifestyle blog about all things sustainable in New York City and beyond, including fashion, beauty, food, design, and events. She is a regular contributor to Refinery29, and has been published in xoJane, Well Good, Huffington Post Green, Narratively, LearnVest, Conscious Magazine, Societé Perrier, and Greatist. She is a co-founder of the Ethical Writers Coalition as well as the electronic music blog Under the Sound, and lives with her fiancé and two rescue kitties in Brooklyn. Find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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