Top 7 Bizarre Eco-Fashion Stories of 2011 (Vote for the Weirdest!)

by , 12/27/11   filed under: Best of 2011, Featured, Features

What's the weirdest eco-fashion story of the year?

  • 40 Votes Dress Made With 3,000 Cow Nipples
  • 17 Votes Shoes From a Stale Cheese Sandwich
  • 14 Votes Couture From Petri-Dish Mold
  • 7 Votes Edible Perfume
  • 7 Votes Cat Hairball Jewelry
  • 4 Votes Victorian-Era Beetle-Wing Dress
  • 2 Votes Solar-Powered Bikini

Total Voters: 91

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One Response to “Top 7 Bizarre Eco-Fashion Stories of 2011 (Vote for the Weirdest!)”

  1. eddydavis (@chiceddy) says:

    After reading this article, I am totally SHOCKED! The sentence that came to mind after seeing all of these attempts at eco-fashion – “WHAT WERE THEY THINKING???!!!” I was freaked out my the COW NIPPLES and just thought the COUTURE FROM PETRI-DISH MOLD and CAT HAIRBALL JEWELRY were just plain SKANKY!!! It was so blatantly obvious that SOLAR-POWERED BIKINI was just an ATTENTION GETTER!!! Uncomfortable it would be to wear solar panels in the blaring hot sun!!! I hope that eco-fashion designers can truly come up with ideas that are something that everyone would want to wear. This topic is so important due to the present state of our planet and should be taken very seriously!

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