Feral Childe’s Channels Ancient Roman City of Tarquinia for Spring 2011

Feral Childe, Spring/Summer 2011, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

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Feral Childe’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection, “Tarquinia,” explodes with festive colors, scorching prints, and Mediterranean vigor. Awash in digitally printed silk, textured organic cotton jersey, a Tencel/hemp linen blend, surplus nylon mesh, and lightweight tweed derived from hemp and organic cotton, the range offered designers Alice Wu and Moriah Carlson an excuse to experiment. (Close proximity to their New York City Garment District factories also helped in that regard.)

Tarquinia,” brims with festive colors, scorching prints, and Mediterranean vigor.

“For spring, we got to try out many new techniques that we’ve been thinking about for a long while now,” Wu tells Ecouterre. “We incorporated both laser-cutting and machine pleating. We also did a limited edition of hand-printed cyanotype tee shirts—each one is an individual photographic image.”

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One Response to “Feral Childe’s Channels Ancient Roman City of Tarquinia for Spring 2011”

  1. tishag says:

    I am loving all of these eco friendly styles! And the peach dress is beautiful (and good for the environment so you can’t go wrong there!) I am always crusing all kinds of fashion websites and one of my favorites I love checking out is FIDM Fashion Club’s blog page! Right now they have an article about Spring 2011 dress fashions for less and if you’re into eco fashion and love saving money, it may be worth a look :)

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