Titled “Gradient Pink” both the type of fabric and the age of the dye affected the final colors; the sheer variety was a delicious surprise.
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These ideas of what we perceive—what is real and what is illusory—are deeply weird, and yet, very human.
It’s midsummer, which means that it’s sale time almost everywhere, including ethical fashion boutiques.
Looking for fresh inspiration for this season—and beyond—I put together some of my fave finds from some of my most beloved eco fashion designers.
Like all of what Moriah and Alice, the designing duo behind Feral Childe’s lines do, the details that make this collection a bit otherworldly are subtle.
“At Feral Childe, our prints are designed with the same conceptual rigor that we apply to our fine art practice.”
Unless you’re going totally cheesy with some ridiculous recycled Ugly Christmas sweaters, it’s hard to get holiday party clothing right. It seems like everything that’s […]
Aquaknots! Feral Childe's Spring/Summer 2012 Collection is Aswim with Exotic Coral and Aquatic Horses
Shoal Shift in Flowerstripe Print, Silk Crepe Feral Childe continues to be one of my favorite eco fashion lines (and fashion lines in general!), so […]