|NYC ECO CHRISTMAS SALES|
|Written by Abigail Doan - Monday, 14 December 2009|
Kaight NYC is ringing in the holidays this week with their ‘Melissa Plastic Dreams Sale’ on Tuesday, December 15th from 6pm-9pm on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Shoppers will be treated to 25% off select Brazilian Melissa shoe styles and get a sneak preview of some of the chicest eco fashion on the horizon for 2010. Considered to be one of the premiere sustainable shopping destinations in the U.S., Kaight is located at 83 Orchard Street in NYC and is thoughtfully curated by owner Kate McGregor. Pre-spring style previews include the Matt & Nat ‘Royksop, Dream & Awake’s ‘My Plum, Fin Oslo’s Waterfall Dress, and Kyumi’s One-Shoulder Dress. For those global sustainalistas who are not able to attend Tuesday’s holiday fete, you can also shop Kaight’s festive holiday gift guide featuring eco-fashion labels and designs such as the SUST Disco Top, The Andean Collection’s colorful fair-trade jewelry, TOM’s glittery and green Shoes, and classic Swedish Hasbeens.
And for those last minute shoppers and perennial groupies of Eko-Lab and House of Organic , the quintessential sources for lovers of handcrafted organic fashion and dazzling eco-fiber creations, do not miss the Eko-Lab ‘Happy Holiday Creation Sale’ at House of Organic boutique, 123 Ludlow Street, on Saturday, December 19th and Sunday, December 20th from 1pm-8pm. This two day art and fashion event will feature a gorgeous showcase of one-of-a-kind “fair-made” creations by sustainable fashion stars such as Tara St. James of Study NY, Dirty Librarian Chains by Susan Domelsmith, Renata Mann Jewelry, and Eko-Lab wearables by Melissa Kirgan and Xing-Zhen Chung. Mixed media collages and fiber forms crafted out of recycled textiles and fibers by artist Abigail Doan will also be on view as a spirited demonstration of domestic playfulness. Designer Xing-Zhen Chung will l also offer free crochet demonstrations on both days, so that sale visitors may craft gifts for their loved ones or as an embellishment to their unique finds at the shop. The ‘Happy Holiday Creation Sale’ promises to be the place to be for all of the ‘eko-conscious’ and crafty elves looking for alternatives ways to celebrate the beauty of giving.
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