When it came to the coolest, wackiest, and creative-est eco-fashion stories to roll off our virtual presses, 2012 was certainly a banner year. But here’s your challenge, dear reader: Which of these rocked your casbah so hard it blew off the roof? Above, a homemade "Iron Man" armor by Mark Pearson, a U.K. mechanic who spent 14 months constructing the costume from 400 sheets of fiberglass-coated cardboard.
Which was your favorite eco-fashion story of 2012?
- 9 Votes Camouflage technology helps soldiers vanish
- 8 Votes World's largest garment made from golden spider silk goes on display
- 4 Votes Medieval "lingerie" from 15th century stuns historians
- 3 Votes This guys owns only 15 things (not counting undies or socks)
- 1 Votes TOMS launches ballet flats for spring
- 1 Votes "Invisible" bike helmet deploys only on impact
- 0 Votes U.K. mechanic builds "Iron Man" costume from scratch
Total Voters: 26