Tree-Planting Undies, DIY Proenza Schouler, The John Patrick Show

by , 04/16/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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To celebrate Earth Week, PACT has linked arms Kenya’s Green Belt Movement and architect David Adjaye to create a new collection of organic cotton undies. From April 16 to 25, PACT will donate a whopping 100 percent of proceeds from the line toward planting 10,000 trees in Africa. (Press release)

Get your Proenza Schouler on with not one but two tie-dye tutorials—one of them from the wonder boys themselves. (Who What Wear, Martha Stewart)

You paid what for what? Refinery29 chronicles the most memorable instances of luxury trashion—and what happens when marquee-name designers go spelunking for inspiration in a dumpster on Canal St. (Refinery29)

Take part in the Anvil Fashion Swap Challenge at Carbonrally.com and K.O. 29 pounds of carbon dioxide with every piece of clothing you don’t buy new. (Press release)

Attention, fashionistos! Commerce With a Conscience will be launching a shopping portal of eco-duds for dudes on Monday. (Commerce With a Conscience)

Eco-designer John Patrick of Organic is getting his own six-episode show on Planet Green’s new “Verge” programming block. (TreeHugger)

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