Stella McCartney’s new campaign trims textile waste

November 29, 2017 by  
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The fashion designer teams up with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation to call for bold action on throwaway fashion.

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Check Out the World’s First Mass-Produced, Upcycled Clothing Line

May 1, 2013 by  
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In the past, creating upcycled clothing from discarded materials often meant making one-off designs, frequently by hand. Thanks to Reet Aus, an Estonian fashion designer, upcycling no longer needs to be constrained to unique pieces of clothing. Aus…

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Food Waste as Fashion: Gross or Green?

November 14, 2012 by  
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A London-based fashion designer has created buttons, buckles and other trimmings derived from food scraps.

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The Haute Lunch: Jil Sander’s “Vasari” Bag Makes for One Snazzy Brown Bag

September 2, 2012 by  
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At last, you can have the “haute” lunch, even when you’re just carting leftovers. Presenting designer Jil Sander’s “Vasari,” made from 100 percent coated paper with stitched seams and a stamped logo—or, a very posh brown bag with a super-high price point to match ($290). Because sometimes a cheese sandwich is just begging for you to pimp their ride, and maybe lunch from a designer bag really does just taste better. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: brown bagging in style , ecouterre , fashion designer , haute couture take on bagged lunch , Jil Sander , sack lunch , Vasari

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Eco Fashion Designer M Patmos Talks About Her Sustainably-Designed Brooklyn Apartment

March 8, 2012 by  
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Marcia Patmos, the brains behind the much-loved M Patmos eco fashion line, applies her eco-conscious mindset to everything she does. When we saw the designer during fashion week, she mentioned her newly-upgraded Brooklyn apartment , which she sustainably revamped with the help of architect and designer  Robert Farrell . She recently invited us to tour the beautiful space, which is a warm and light-filled home , outfitted with a carefully-curated selection of vintage and handmade home decor plus energy-efficient appliances. Hit the jump to see her pretty pad for yourself and learn more about her design inspiration! READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “energy star” , Brooklyn , eco design , eco-friendly , ethical design , Ethical Fashion , fashion designer , green design , green furnishings , green interiors , green living , green rennovation , interior design , M. Patmos , Marcia Patmos , Recycled Materials , Robert Farrell , sustainable design , sustainable living , upcycled furniture , vintage furnishings , vintage furniture

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