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Top 7 Eco-Fashion Stories of 2010 (Vote for Most Game-Changing!)

by , 12/31/10   filed under: Best of 2010, Featured, Features

What's your favorite eco-fashion story of 2010?

  • 24 Votes Oslo Fashion Week bans fur eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 11 Votes Vegan shoes made from recycled TV screens eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 7 Votes Nike's recycled PET World Cup jerseys eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 5 Votes Silk from transgenic spider-goats eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 5 Votes Dyeing fabric with CO2, not water eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 3 Votes Levi's "water-less" denim technology eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010
  • 3 Votes Long-lasting synthetic-diamond razor eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, best of 2010

Total Voters: 58

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4 Responses to “Top 7 Eco-Fashion Stories of 2010 (Vote for Most Game-Changing!)”

  1. yukaclone says:

    Go Oslo!

  2. Ecouterrefan (@jillfehr) says:

    Yes, now if NY Fashion Week would follow suit, I would be so happy!

  3. deborah says:

    With all the GMO problems in crops why mess with spider goats? Patent Dollars leading the way?
    It seems so many of our extreme fixes clever steps toward stupid in the long term. We won’t know the issues until later and one day it will be too late. Respecting nature means to enhance its rules on its terms, Angora goats supply beautiful fibers. if strong fibers are in such short supply come up with an eco sane process that will do the job after sheering or enhance the spiders web production and social skills.

  4. AlikiBags says:

    I love all the options but voted for the ‘fur ban’ fashion . I feel strongly that we need to challenge this attitude of exploitation, no matter how cruel, to satisfy the combination of commerse and shallow vanity. x

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