Courtney Love’s Castoffs, J Brand’s Air Wash, Stella McCartney’s Not Perfect

by , 04/09/11   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Courtney Love

Fancy a piece of Courtney Love’s wardrobe? The wild-child rocker is putting up her duds on eBay under the moniker “Courtney Love Couture.” (Fashionista)

J Brand, hawker of Houlihans, has launched a new Air Wash range, which uses 30 percent less water than conventional denim. (TreeHugger)

Nordstrom’s experiment in do-gooding retail finally has a name: Treasure & Bond. Proceeds of the store are expected to go to charity. (Racked NY)

Ethical jeweler Zani Gugelmann talks to Emma Grady about her “Runway to Green” red carpet look. (Past Fashion Future)

Designer Stella McCartney admits she’s not perfect, but she does try. “My first job is to be a fashion designer—my first job is to make desirable, luxurious, beautiful clothing and accessories that women want to buy but I will always take the opportunity to use a beautiful organic fabric,” she says. (FabSugar)

Not quite eco-fashion, but we couldn’t resist friend of Ecouterre Greta Eagan’s adorable video for Kate Spade and Adeline Adeline’s new bike. (The Cut)


“I really enjoy purging my closet because I’m finding pieces that I’d forgotten about. I’m going, ‘This is Gaultier. Why is this in the back of my closet folded up in a corner? It should be in the front row!’”

—Black Eye Peas singer Fergie speaking to WWD on the joys of spring culling.

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