Duchess Kate’s Design Award, Vena Cava x Alabama Chanin, Nike Pays Up

by , 01/14/12   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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The Alexander McQueen bridal gown that Duchess Catherine wore on her wedding day has been nominated for a Design of the Year Award. (Telegraph)

After years of negotiations, Nike is finally paying factory workers in Indonesia more than $1 million in backdated overtime. (The Cut)

Vena Cava x Alabama Chanin? Sheer brilliance. (Alabama Chanin)

Nicaragua is set to harvest its first crop of organic cotton, marking a successful start to the country’s cotton reactivation project. (Yarns and Fibers Exchange)

Nudie Jeans will release 500 pairs of its raw-indigo, straight-leg “Slim Jim” jean, made of recycled denim and organic cotton, exclusively at Barneys New York. (Cool Hunting)

Help end domestic violence by contributing new or gently worn bras to Soma’s biennial bra drive, which ends February 26. (Slaves to Fashion)

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