Tencel

Help Ultra, a Malaysian Eco-Fashion Upstart, Make it to Paris Fashion Week

ULTRAWOMAN Ultra launched onto the Malaysian fashion scene in September with the lofty ambition of marrying high fashion with sustainable innovation. The burgeoning label is ready to…

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Jai's Coral-Inspired Spring 2011 Collection is Dyed With Local Produce

Photos by Lou Rouse Known for its “playfully regal” aesthetic, Jai has delivered a Spring/Summer 2011 collection that is equally as ebullient. Inspired by the fragile beauty…

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Kizzy Jai Knight's Eco-Fashion Spinoff is Effortlessly Elegant For Fall 2010

Kizzy Jai Knight has been busy this past year, especially after expanding her eponymous brand to include a spinoff collection. Simply called “Jai,” the Fall/Winter 2010 line…

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Fashion Week Goes Carbon Neutral, Ode to Lyocell, Human Pollinators

Photo by Tina Fineberg/New York Times Hello, goodbye: For its last fling at Bryant Park, New York Fashion Week will be carbon neutral for the first time. (TreeHugger) EcoSalon’s…

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FIRST LOOK: Jai Active Wear is Sustainably, Regally Playful

Smart design is sustainability is contemporary elegance, says Kizzy Jai Knight, the erstwhile dancer/choreographer/stylist behind Jai Active Wear, a fledgling label that the Knight…

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For Australia's Sosume Clothing, 4 Eco-Designers Are Better Than 1

Not one but four designers man the helm of Sosume Clothing, a nascent Australian eco-fashion label that started with one Melbourne chap but grew to include another Aussie and a pair of…

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Tencel: A Soft and Silky Alternative to Cotton

Photo by Yarmee on Etsy TENCEL \ˈten ˈsil\ n. 1 a: The trademarked brand name for lyocell, a natural cellulosic fiber with excellent moisture absorption and an exceptionally silky…

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