Project Runway Alum Goes Solar, Traceable Wool, Antifeminist Fashion

by , 07/31/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News

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Seth Aaron Henderson, the winner of season 7 of Project Runway, will be sending solar-fashion-clad models down Portland Fashion Week’s photovoltaic-panel runway in October. (TreeHugger)

NewMerino, an Australian supplier of sustainably harvested wool, is launching a traceable wool supply chain concept for verifiably ethical wool to the American market. (Ecotextile News)

Next in designer Stella McCartney’s sights: replacing the British Royal Guard’s bearskin hats with a water-repellant, vegan alternative. (Ecorazzi)

What’s the difference between a progressive garment factory and a charity, anyway? (CSRwire)

Fast fashion is a feminist issue, at least according to author and scholar Naomi Wolf. (Ethical Style)

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One Response to “Project Runway Alum Goes Solar, Traceable Wool, Antifeminist Fashion”

  1. BlueKahuna says:

    The traceable wool is not a new idea. The company Icebreaker has been doing that for at least the last 4 years. They refer to it as the BAACODE.

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