Melissa x Jason Wu, Made-in-China Prada, India’s Organic-Cotton Boom

by , 07/09/11   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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Wu, hoo! Melissa Plastic Dreams taps Jason Wu for its latest designer collaboration—its first with an American. (WWD)

Museum at FIT co-curators Colleen Hill and Jennifer Farley won this year’s Costume Society of America’s Richard Martin Exhibition Award for for Eco-Fashion: Going Green. (Email)

Prada is feeling the economic pinch and shifting some of its production from Italy to China. The Chinese are particularly good at making shoes, observes designer Miuccia Prada. (Wall Street Journal)

What’s the life cycle of a T-shirt like? USAgain’s informative video reveals all. (Huffington Post).

India’s has experienced an organic-cotton boom over the past six years, achieving 4.4 million hectares in 2010 alone. (Ecotextile News)

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