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EcoSalon, Textile Arts Center Host a Sustainable Fashion's Night Out

ELIZABETH CLINE Elizabeth Cline was present to sign her latest book, “Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion.” The New York-based journalist explores how…

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(Sustainable) Fashion's Night Out Puts an Eco-Chic Twist on Consumption

Ecouterre contributor Kestrel Jenkins and photographer Amanda Coen in clothing by Adri, Amanda’s grandmother. Kestrel is also wearing a necklace borrowed from Inhabitat…

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Have a Sustainable Fashion’s Night Out at the Textile Arts Center on Sept. 8

We sustainable fashionistas have a place to go for Fashion’s Night Out too! Hosted by EcoSalon, Of Rags, and the New York City Fair Trade Coalition at the Textile Arts Center in…

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Have a Sustainable Fashion’s Night Out at the Textile Arts Center on Sept. 8

As intoxicating as a global shopping spree sounds, we have to turn a gimlet eye to the rampant consumerism Fashion Night’s Out promotes. For the rest of us—those of us who…

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Wind-Powered Knitting Machine, Eco-Fashion Tax Breaks, EcoSalon in 3D

Merel Karhof’s wind-powered knitting machine is more than a load of hot air. It uses free energy to produce tube scarves. (Inhabitat) Harold Tillman, chairman of the British…

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NYC EVENT: EcoSalon Shops!

Join EcoSalon’s editor-in-chief Sara Ost, fashion editor Amy DuFault, and a host of other EcoSalon writers when they host their first ever event, EcoSalon Shops! at Green Spaces on…

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16 Eco-Fashion Predictions for 2010

The start of a brand new year is always ripe with promise and countless possibilities. We asked 16 eco-fashion movers and shakers, including a vegan shoe designer, a model/entrepreneur,…

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Pea-Sprout Necklaces, Nau's Layaway Plan, When Baywatch Met Borat

Mischer Traxler gets down to the root (ha!) of craftsmanship with “Scientific Nature of Jewelry” and cultivates a necklace by replacing gemstones with grains.…

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