Energy-Producing Fibers, H&M’s Organic Skincare, Eco-Fashion Innovations

by , 03/05/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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U.C. Berkeley researchers have developed energy-harvesting nanofibers that could be woven into clothing and used to power small electronics with a shake of your bon-bon. (GreenerDesign)

Is H&M trying to save face, literally? The beleaguered fast-fashion giant has just announced the launch of a line of certified-organic skincare products. (FocusOnStyle)

Get your vegan shoe on with this roundup of cruelty-free kicks, including some fetching foot adornments from Olsenhaus. (Refinery29)

Mena Trott, co-founder of Six Apart, plans to sew a dress a week—give or take—from vintage patterns, fabrics, and notions. (The Sew Weekly)

Sustainable clothing is much more than hempy and organic textiles. (Though we love those, too.) Check out these eight revolutionary developments that are changing the face of fashion. (TreeHugger)


Green your wardrobe, indie-style, at Etsy with our guest-curatorial picks. (Etsy)

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