Prince Charles is Sheepish, Anatomy of a Shirt, Cottongate Redux

by , 01/29/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Prince Charles

The heir to the British throne is championing the common ewe with a new campaign to boost the image and sale of wool. (WWD)

Shirt-making is a serious business. The differences (weave, stitching, finish) may be subtle, but for a true connoisseur, the devil is in the details. (Wall Street Journal)

The fur won’t fly at this fashion competition—Born Free U.S.A. and E Magazine are looking for a few good, cruelty-free fashion designers for its 2nd Annual Fur Free Fashion Competition. (Born Free U.S.A.)

Writer Kim Poldner revisits Cottongate and concludes that maybe it isn’t the retail giants’ fault, after all. (EcoFashionWorld)


Ecouterre’s Tips for Snagging a Feature on Design Blogs (Storque on Etsy)

Best of Ecouterre: Top 7 Questions Eco-Designers Get Asked (TreeHugger)

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