High-Tech Luxe, Cotton Prices Increase, Vogue’s Vague Eco-Fashion

by , 11/14/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Diana Eng, wearable technology, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, eco-fashion news. high-tech fashion, high-tech clothing

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The latest covetable fashion item happens to be wired with LEDs, biosensors, and piezoelectric circuits. (Forbes)

Initiate a random act of kindness, get a 20 percent discount at Desigual or free swag. (Springwise)

Designer Tara St. James is going to tackle all 18 questions on Estethica/Made-By’s sustainable-fashion questionnaire on her blog. (The Square Project)

Cotton prices are set to rise, which means consumers could see markups of 5 to 8 percent as early as February—or a lot more polyester in their future. (New York Times)

Jill Danyelle celebrates the fifth anniversary of her seminal—and dearly missed—eco-fashion blog, FiftyRX3, by reflecting on how the industry has evolved in the past half-decade. (Danyelle)

Goodlifer’s Johanna Björk wants to school Anna Wintour on what eco-fashion truly means. And no, it doesn’t involve fur. (Concrete Flower)

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