Silk is a favorite of royals, and still reigns as one the most supreme and luxurious fabrics sought after today.
I would feel like a GODDESS wearing this, wouldn’t you?
These three companies are challenging current paradigms.
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.
This designer creates affordable, modern wedding dresses from Fair Trade materials.
"Whoever is designing these pieces," I thought, "really respects the fabric and wants us to see it and appreciate it."
For a print-junkie like me, Bhalo's hand-printed, loomed and embroidered textiles are love at first close-up.
Various companies have been working for the last few years to assess the sustainability of the clothing we buy off the rack (or from the website!). Now Patagonia, WalMart, DuPont, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the EPA, and companies like Nike, Target, H&M, Zara’s parent company, Gap, Adidas, have come…
Those of us who love Liberty Prints* are totally obsessed with them. And now ecolabel Ciel has released a capsule collection of organic cotton and silk upcycled Liberty prints on undies and camisoles. And designer Sarah Ratty knows what we like – side ties on the bottoms so we can…
Luis Valenzuela is both a fashion designer and a visual artist, and it shows in his creative use of eco fabrics (incorporating new types of unrefined silks) paired with sculptural and draped silhouettes. The dresses here were shown at the Greenshows as part of New York Fashion week. Wearable art…