Edible Couture, Winterizing Your Closet, Sexy Undies

by , 11/06/09   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

From chocolate-coated gowns to leafy lettuce bikinis, take a chomp out of this roundup of edible clothing. (Greenopolis)

We’ve come a long way, baby! Here’s an overview of how sustainability has infiltrated the fashion industry—and how green doesn’t have to mean granola. (Audubon)

Fashion for locavores gets another boost with Cotton of the Carolinas, a project by TS Designs that tracks locally produced tees from “dirt to shirt.” (The Pendulum)

Stretch out the contents of your closet with these tips for “winterizing” your summer togs when Old Man Winter comes a-knockin’. (Eco Fashion World)

Support sustainable fashion in five simple ways. (BlogHer)

We’ve heard of glass slippers, but glass gowns? These fragile frocks by Kathleen Plate of Smart Glass Jewelry were discarded glass bottles once upon a time. (Mother Nature Network)

PACT’s hot new video uncovers what us working slobs think about every day: Stripping down to our knickers and frolicking in the forest with our cube/soulmate. (PACT)

The Uniform Project is half a year old! Celebrate with Sheena Matheiken and company tomorrow night in Billyburg, NY. (TreeHugger)


Our raison d’etre: Why eco-fashion matters. (The Huffington Post)

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