Wind-Powered Knitting Machine, Eco-Fashion Tax Breaks, EcoSalon in 3D

by , 05/07/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Wind-powered knitting machine, Merel Karhof, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, sustainable style

Merel Karhof’s wind-powered knitting machine is more than a load of hot air. It uses free energy to produce tube scarves. (Inhabitat)

Harold Tillman, chairman of the British Fashion Council, is rallying for federal tax breaks to push fashion businesses to become more sustainable. (Dexigner)

Multimedia journalist Jenni Avins’s quest to discover what “sustainable fashion” really means led her to Sweden. Naturally, she blogged about it. (Sweden.Closettour)

Summer Rayne Oakes, eco-model and social-entrepreneur extraordinaire, unzips about her latest project, S4 Style, an “online exchange that connects fashion designers with suppliers who traffic in sustainable materials.” (T Magazine)

EcoSalon is setting up shop in New York City on June 4 for its first pop-up event, with designers, organic cocktails, and sustainable goodies galore. (EcoSalon)

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