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Milan's So Critical So Fashion Shows Continued Growth & Success
Written by Laura Molteni - Sunday, 29 September 2013


Dress “She is rainbow” designed by Giulia Sambinello

Now in its fourth edition, So Critical So Fashion surprised with an increase in beautiful and valued brands. This event (organized in Milan once a year in conjunction with the Fashion Week) dedicated to sustainable and ethical fashion is open to the public, but the press, many bloggers and buyers also flock the event to discover new talents.

Brand Profile: HoseWear
Written by Eco Fashion World - Friday, 27 September 2013



HoseWear makes bags and accessories out of decommissioned fire hoses. The material would otherwise find its end being dumped to landfill or burnt (ironic, huh?). Each fire hose has a life saving story to tell and so do their bags and belts. In their short history they have saved over 30 miles of fire hoses and sold their products to over 30 countries worldwide. 


Jhane Barnes: Eco-conscious Designer Eyeglasses
Written by Christine Miston - Thursday, 26 September 2013

We’ve all heard lots of things about the benefits of choosing organic, whether it’s the food we eat, the skincare products we use or even the clothes we wear, but eyeglasses? For most of us, this isn’t something we think of when we hear the word organic; because, let’s be honest, we all wear those plastic frames that are well, not very environmentally friendly. But with this innovative designer, I’m pretty sure you’ll be amazed by what she uses for her line of organic frames. 

Crispina ffrench: Where Creativity Meets Environmental Concerns
Written by Carolina Flaminia Perrone - Wednesday, 25 September 2013




When Crispina ffrench launched her wholesale business in the late eighties, hand-sewn garments and home accessories were rare or perhaps even non-existent in the world of fashion and home decor.



LFW Recap: Part II
Written by Lupe Castro - Sunday, 22 September 2013


House of Tammam

On one of the suns rare appearances in London, I managed a quick power walk to Bloomsbury to see the London Fashion Week launch of House of Tammam’s couture collection, which utilizes both British lace and its own hand-stitched lace, which takes two weeks to do in the studio workshop in India.


LFW Recap: Part I
Written by Lupe Castro - Friday, 20 September 2013


Bora Aksu (Photo by Christopher Dadey)


The rain tried to put a damper on this edition of London Fashion Week. Try walking around in high heels on cobbles (the Somerset House courtyard), and being decked out in all your finery under an umbrella, which is either broken or totally uncoordinated. Despite the mild distractions provided by the weather, there was an abundance of beauty and creativity ready to divert attention and offer delight.  


Brand Profile: Muse Clothing Company
Written by Eco Fashion World - Thursday, 19 September 2013



The Essentials

Inspired by the designers closest friends- her Muses, for women who love dresses. The Muse label was created to celebrate and compliment a lady's natural beauty and movement.  Classic, timeless styles combined with rich, vibrant colours in bamboo knits that make the wearer feel comfortably feminine.

Swapping and Schwapping
Written by Jessica McIlroy - Tuesday, 17 September 2013



While vintage shopping holds a certain mystique for many (and thanks to various thrift stores for making it cool again), many people still find it hard to make the move to buying second-hand clothes. Not quite gone are the old, negative connotations of smelly, out of style clothes that only those less fortunate would buy. One way we can tackle the pace of fast fashion and encourage more people to wear second-hand is to encourage more swapping. Perhaps it is the idea that we are exchanging clothes with others like us, or in many cases people we know, but for many, swapping somehow sounds better. 


The Mind and Musings of EcoCouture
Written by Karundi Serumaga - Sunday, 15 September 2013



As the fashion industry is known for flowing in a sea of trendy waters, EcoCouture strives to do things differently and mindfully. EcoCouture aims to make strides while honoring and practicing a Responsible.Life.Style.

Brand Profile: Passion Lilie
Written by Eco Fashion World - Thursday, 12 September 2013




Passion Lilie is a women’s fair trade clothing line that began with a desire to provide ethical fashion clothing that is affordable and accessible to everyone.


Eco Friendly Baby & Mama Faves
Written by Magaly Fuentes-Sagan - Sunday, 08 September 2013



September is National Baby Safety month, which presents the perfect opportunity to take some extra time in reviewing healthy and safe products for our little ones.  


Brand Profile: bibico
Written by Eco Fashion World - Friday, 06 September 2013



The Essentials

bibico uses 100% quality natural materials. Whether it is the wool that goes into their chunky knit cardigans or the cotton used in making their light summer dresses, they believe natural is best.

bibico focuses on fresh, natural and simple design with added special details to offer beautiful, timeless styles that are made to be worn every day. 

Behind bibico – Pure.Simple.Style


One Man's Trash is Another's Treasure
Written by Debora Pokallus - Tuesday, 03 September 2013



We are always told to stop and smell the roses, to notice the splendor in the world around us.   In today's world, especially with all the ecological problems and tragedies occurring around us, it is sometimes difficult to find the beauty.   Who would ever imagine that what is so carelessly discarded and disrupts nature's tranquility would, itself, possess an inherent beauty?


AlterEquo was born upon the emergencies of the waste collection system in the Capital City. 


Brand Profile: Themis and Thread
Written by Eco Fashion World - Friday, 30 August 2013



The Essentials

Themis, according to the Theogony of Hesiod, was the Ancient Greek Titaness of justice, law and order, controller of the seasons, and harbinger of productivity. A perfect Goddess to represent ethically made products for clientele seeking fair trade for their hard earned dollars. 

Themis and Thread does not have a brick and mortar shop front, but is headquartered in the heart of The Finger Lakes Region of New York State, in Hector.  The fashions are hand crafted, never from a factory, and greatly inspired by the rich natural beauty of New York State’s Wine Country, and Seneca Lake.

Online Store Profile: BastetNoir
Written by Eco Fashion World - Thursday, 29 August 2013




The Essentials

BastetNoir.com’s ultimate goal is to give a helping hand to young and promising fashion talents coming from the Balkan region to showcase and sell their designs. One of the essential segments they are striving for is to develop a sustainable business by offering hip and trendy clothes made from fair traded, natural and recycled materials.


Zady, A Sustainable Shopping Destination for the “Continental Chic”
Written by Ariel Azoff - Monday, 26 August 2013


zady_maxine on bicycle.jpg


A new online destination for the conscious consumer launches tomorrow.  Called Zady, its goal is to provide high-quality pieces that will last a lifetime and to connect shoppers with the makers that produce them. 


Mr. Collection - "Borrow, Don't Buy!"
Written by Lupe Castro - Friday, 23 August 2013




The idea of the The Mr. Collection all started when Victoria's now husband, Vladimir needed something 'a little special' to wear. After scouring the web for something to rent, they both realized there was a void in the market. 


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