Safety-Pin Couture, Stripping for Climate Change, Ecouterre Celebrates Launch

by , 10/30/09   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Safety-pin collar jacket

Photo by Brook&Lyn

Safety pins aren’t just for preventing wardrobe malfunctions anymore. Check out these inventive ways to add some instant shine to your wardrobe on the cheap. (Refinery 29)

Stewart + Brown is expanding its collection to include organic, dressed-up denim. (WWD)

Get a shot at making green-tee history by entering EDUN Live and Made-By’s T-shirt design contest. The theme: “Fashion with respect for people and planet.” (Mother Nature Network)

Several models are stripping down to their knickers to encourage action on climate change. (GreenMuse)

Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff of EcoStiletto dishes about her favorite eco-designers, how to green your wardrobe, and how having children changed the way she sees the world. (MindBodyGreen)

Shorter, gloomier days getting you down? Win a lustrous açai necklace from the Andean Collection! (The Alternative Consumer)

We celebrated Ecouterre’s official launch with an eco-fashion-themed hootenanny at KAIGHT last night. TreeHugger’s Emma Grady has the full party report. (TreeHugger)

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One Response to “Safety-Pin Couture, Stripping for Climate Change, Ecouterre Celebrates Launch”

  1. Sushanta B says:

    Although the photo looks really good and so does the piece, I can’t help but think: All those safety pins..could have been put to practical use. I am confused about what eco-fashion is really. I was thinking more the lines of reusing and re=purposing things that are headed to the landfill.

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