PACT’s New T-shirts, Slow Fragrance, Fashion’s World-Saving Strategy

by , 08/14/11   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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Change may start with your underwear, but PACT now wants you to put on something good with its new line of tanks, V-necks, and crew-necks, made from a blend of organic cotton and Modal. (Email)

Slow fashion? Try slow fragrance. (Financial Times)

At Farm Aid’s annual benefit concert on Saturday, Anvil Knitwear set up an interactive “TrackMyT” station so participants could trace the origin of their T-shirts. (Anvil Knitwear)

Park & Bond, Gilt Groupe’s new online destination for the well-dressed gent, will be using’s shape-changing mannequins to simulate hundreds of body shapes. (Fibre2Fashion)

Fashion isn’t all gloom and doom. The Guardian tallies 10 ways ethical fashion can be a force for good. (Guardian)

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