All the jackets shown were made in NYC, and the brand's core goal is zero waste, so every piece of leftover fabric from the production line is saved by the designer and later made into another ethical fashion piece
It's easy to forget that we still can (and do!) make lots of stuff in the United States.
The newest pieces from two fab ecofashion designers.
These three companies are challenging current paradigms.
It's midsummer, which means that it's sale time almost everywhere, including ethical fashion boutiques.
I'm just haunting Myrrhia's site, obsessed as I am with the juxtapositions of this label's pieces.
Kotoba is a knitwear company whose mission is to promote “Wholegarment” knitting technology (which translates to zero-waste knitting production, and minimal yarn use). All pieces are Made in the USA (NYC!) and are created so that they have plenty of stretch and mobility, which can sometimes be an issue with…