I’m excited to announce that I’ve curated some gorgeous collections over at eBay, filled with great eco-friendly and ethical items, either new from great companies […]
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Turning bamboo into a silky fabric isn’t possible without highly intensive chemical processes, where approximately 13 different toxic solvents are used.
Eco fashion designer Carrie Parry’s eponymous line has always been about practical, fashionable clothing for women of the world. And we aren’t the only ones […]
Eco Fashion designer Lara Miller is an Eco Chick fave; her supermodern, often convertible, sensuously romantic, yet travel-friendly designs are deceptively simple but always on […]
Portland, Oregon based textile designer Rio Wrenn has a unique vision for lingerie, combining modern eco friendly materials and dying techniques, antique constructions and ethical […]
A recent article outlines a pretty simplistic poll conducted in London about people’s willingness to change their behaviour for the good of the planet. A […]
Eco Chic Weekly compiles the best of the best in green fashion and beauty blogging each week. Please feel free to copy and use this […]
I’ve heard bamboo flooring is more eco-friendly than traditional pine or oak. Is this true? —Cara Truhlar, Montpelier, VT At first glance, bamboo is as […]
OK, I don’t normally post emails or releases directly from stores, but these are really amazing!–SV Today, 08-08-08, Fashion Ethic celebrates their customers with a […]