A Royal Eco-Wedding, CoverGirl Goes Green, Westwood’s Unwashed Ways

by , 11/28/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Kate Middleton

Forget a white wedding, says fashion journalist Tamsin Blanchard. Queen-to-be Kate should take a page from Prince Charles and opt for a local, green designer like Orsola de Castro, Stella McCartney, or EDUN’s Sharon Wauchob. (Telegraph)

A new survey of 100 Europeans and North Americans by the International University of Monaco found that organic fashion doesn’t nearly have the same cachet as organic food. (Time)

Thailand is envisioning a greener future for its $7.2 billion-a-year textile industry, of which 10 percent comprises sustainable products. (Fibre2Fashion)

What do you do with 1,285 castoff, fluorescent-green uniforms? Projects that range from the practical to the whimsical. (TreeHugger)

CoverGirl is launching NatureLuxe, its first luxury and nature-inspired line of cosmetics to opt for natural ingredients in lieu of synthetics. (WWD)


“I don’t wash my own clothes very often.”
—British designer Vivienne Westwood in the Nov. 25, 2010 edition of The Sun

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