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Thread & Loom Supports Empowerment through Vibrant-colored Bags
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Thursday, 22 August 2013




Exuding a sunny and bright vibe, Thread & Loom’s handbag collection by Gargi Agrawal takes you to the people of India. Collaborating with hand-loom weavers, needlework artists and leather craftsmen, Thread & Loom is able to give back to communities in India. 100% of the company’s profits go towards Kranti – Rescuing and empowering girls of the red light districts of Mumbai through education.

Michael Kors Fights to Stop Hunger Worldwide
Written by Michelle De Conto - Sunday, 18 August 2013



One of the fastest growing American aspirational brands, Michael Kors, is not only known for its colorful bags and oversized accessories, there is much more. 

Hot Pop Factory 3D Wooden Accessories
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Wednesday, 14 August 2013



With the first 3D wooden necklace collection, the Boreal collection, Hot Pop Factory has set a milestone in innovative creativity in combination with the sophisticated use of reusable materials. The collection is named after a northern forest and, instead of powdered nylon, recycled cherry wood filaments are being used in the creation and production processes.

Ethical Elegance: Jess Rizzuti Bags
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Monday, 12 August 2013




Combine great elegance with artistic abilities, unique colors and an innovative approach to handbag design and you are on the verge of imagining Jess Rizzuti’s ecologically conscious and ethical autumn/winter 2013 collection.

Pu(r-)e Organic Apparel by VonWinckelmann
Written by Matt Potrekus - Friday, 09 August 2013



Nearly a decade ago Franklin von Winckelman, the last descendent of the aristocratic von Winckelmann family, launched a new brand of apparel, ‘VonWinckelmann’ that carries on the von Winckelmann name. This innovative brand of apparel respects people and the environment by producing organic fashion apparel in an honest fair trade manner. 


Win a pair of Vintage Militia Chain Tassel Earrings from Hearts.com
Written by Eco Fashion World - Wednesday, 07 August 2013




Eco Fashion World GUIDE member, Hearts.com, has partnered with us to give away a fabulous pair of Vintage Militia Chain Tassel Earrings.

ASOS Africa 2013 Collection
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Monday, 05 August 2013



While most of Africa strives for a more Western adaptation in terms of clothing, the ASOS Africa Spring/Summer 2013 collection has shown a wonderful range of African designs wearable for many different body types, age groups and fitting for a diverse range of events.

H&M Aims to be a Leader in Sustainability
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Friday, 02 August 2013



H&M, a brand of wearable, witty, affordable colorful clothing that has taken over the world with at least one piece inside everyone’s closet, has been taking on the second round of its sustainable line, the H&M Conscious Collection with aims to become a leader in sustainability.

Wooed by Wood Sunglasses
Written by Magaly Fuentes-Sagan - Thursday, 01 August 2013



Wood sunglasses by WOOED are created from a variety of reclaimed wood including Rosewood, Cocobolo, Padauk, Black Walnut and Zebra wood. Each piece of wood has a unique texture, consistency, pattern and fragrance, giving each pair of sunglasses an exclusive set of details.

Vivienne Westwood: Between Airline Travel and Environmentalism
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Wednesday, 31 July 2013



From punk style to commercial uniforms – Vivienne Westwood’s chic glamour can now be found at 33,000 feet above sea level.

Source Summit: Ethical Fashion is Sexy, Now it Needs Scale
Written by Emily Oliver - Monday, 29 July 2013



Calling itself the ‘most important event for fashion and sustainability’ the Source Summit, held in London earlier this month, hosted talks from many of ethical fashion’s highest profile figures - from model Amber Valetta and vogue.co.uk editor Dolly Jones to Baroness Young and the designer Bruno Pieters, founder of Honesty By.

Sun Protection for your Eyes
Written by Indie Lee - Saturday, 27 July 2013



When packing up your bag for any outdoor adventure this summer, SPF should undoubtedly be a staple. While the importance of lathering up with sun protection is common knowledge, one area is often neglected from protection - the delicate skin around your eyes. The skin surrounding your eyes is nearly ten times thinner than any other part of your face, making it a prime spot for skin cancer to develop. If the health benefits aren’t convincing enough, protecting this area of your skin can help you look younger, naturally, and you can do it fashionably. 

Q&A with Stephanie Gale of Beau Monde Organics
Written by Kerstin Tschernigg - Thursday, 25 July 2013


Stephanie Gale

Stephanie Gale combines elegant designs with inspiring art and creativity that “fills your life with practical ease and expressive style.” Stephanie Gale spoke to EFW about her 2013 Beau Monde Organics collection that connects urban and natural worlds.

Manufacturing an Industry Revival: Vancouver Garment Districts
Written by Jessica McIlroy - Tuesday, 23 July 2013


Nicole Bridger factory


There was a time when garment manufacturing was an important part of many North American cities’ economies. Before trade was extensive and tariffs were relaxed, each major population centre had its own garment district, and Vancouver is no different.  Starting back in 1925 when Albert O. Koch opened Vancouver’s first garment factory, National Dress Co., after arriving from New York via Montreal.  But now clothing manufacturing goes on mostly unnoticed, and like other cities, factories have gradually closed down as manufacturing moved overseas in an attempt to compete in the global market.  Once thriving garment districts are known as “fashion districts” and centres for shopping.

Brand Profile: WaterPuppet
Written by Eco Fashion World - Monday, 22 July 2013



The Essentials

WaterPuppet designs clothes for women from 30 to 50 years. Active women who are elegant and fresh at the same time. They are comfortable clothes that can be worn throughout the  seasons. More than just a brand, WP is a universe inspired by the arts (theatre, cinema, circus etc). Buying a WP garment is being part of it; they are clothes that allow you to create a personal story for each item.

Online Store Profile: Bamboomo
Written by Eco Fashion World - Sunday, 21 July 2013



The Essentials

Bamboomo does eco-fashion lovers a favor by pairing luxury fashion with a renewable and eco-conscious material: bamboo.  If you're looking for green fashion that feels and looks like luxurious cashmere without the outrageous price tag, you'll love the women's, men's and children's clothing and accessories offered by Bamboomo, featuring such brands as Bamboo Dreams by Yala and Jonano. Pants, shirts, sweaters, jackets, dresses, workout clothes, pajamas, skirts and more are all made from bamboo viscose, for a touchably soft wardrobe that's appropriate for almost any occasion. Also, try the unbelievably soft luxury of Bamboomo's sheets, blankets, towels and robes. They're silky soft, absorbent, and perfect for both adults and children with sensitive skin.

VEJA Project
Written by Michelle De Conto - Thursday, 18 July 2013



Although not new to the industry or to EFW, I was delighted to come across VEJA, a company that combines high social and environmental consciousness with an everyday, contemporary style. Founded in 2004 by two friends, Sébastien Kopp and Ghislain Morillion, they had no idea the brand would become an award winning sustainable fashion label and darling of the French.

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