Vivienne Westwood Hates Deforestation, Gareth Pugh’s OLED Dress, China Eyes Green Cotton

by , 12/18/09   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Pamela Anderson and Vivienne Westwood

Photo by Francois Durand/Getty Images Europe

Dame Vivienne Westwood and Anvil Knitwear have teamed up to launch a limited-edition T-shirt at COP15 to protest deforestation. (PR Newswire)

Fashion Takes Action is encouraging Canadians to shop ethically and locally with its smartly curated Shop Sustainable website. (Shop Sustainable)

Could China be the next frontier of sustainable cotton production? (TreeHugger)

British fashion designer Gareth Pugh uses OLEDs to create what must be the most uncomfortable dress on the planet. (Fashioning Technology)

The Australian fashion industry is exploring the development of an “ethical quality” seal to certify that a garment has been made without toxic chemicals, sweatshop labor, or cruelty to animals. (Sydney Morning Herald)

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