INTERVIEW: Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am Tells Us Why Green Fashion is the Future

October 1, 2015 by  
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Green fashion already has a strong group of loyal followers, but how do we get the word out to a larger audience? We recently caught up with multi-platinum recording artist Will.i.am to see how he is using his influence and fashion expertise (did you know that he attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles before becoming a Black Eyed Pea?) to spread knowledge about the importance of sustainable fashion to the masses . READ MORE >

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INTERVIEW: Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am Tells Us Why Green Fashion is the Future

May 8, 2014 by  
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Green fashion already has a strong group of loyal followers, but how do we get the word out to a larger audience? We recently caught up with multi-platinum recording artist Will.i.am to see how he is using his influence and fashion expertise (did you know that he attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles before becoming a Black Eyed Pea?) to spread knowledge about the importance of sustainable fashion to the masses . READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Coca Cola , eco friendly ties , eco-fashion , eco-friendly jackets , eco-friendly menswear , eco-friendly neckties , eco-friendly suits , ekocycle , Ethical Fashion , green fashion , H Brothers , Hallenstein Brothers , men’s eco fashion , men’s eco-clothing , recycled PET , recycled plastic bottles , recycled polyester , repreve , RPET , Scott Best , Sustainable Fashion , sustainable jackets , sustainable menswear , sustainable neckties , sustainable style , sustainable suits , sustainable ties , upcycled PET , upcycled plastic bottles , upcycled polyester , Will.i.am

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Inhabitat’s Managing Editor Mike Chino Gives Us Some Style Inspiration

March 28, 2010 by  
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This may surprise you, but Inhabitat has got some seriously stylish staff members.

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AussieBum: World’s First Underwear Made from Bananas

March 14, 2010 by  
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Men’s underwear… oblong fruits… all the puns we could insert here just seem too easy, so we’ll keep it simple and introduce you to AussieBum – the world’s first men’s unmentionables made from bananas ! These eco-friendly briefs from down undah (how apropos) also contain organic cotton and lycra. We venture making them simply out of banana fiber would make them “a bit squishy.” READ MORE AT ECOUTERRE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: AussieBum Banana Mens Underwear , banana fabric , banana underwear , banana undies , eco-fashion , eco-friendly underwear , eco-friendly undies , green fashion , men’s eco fashion , Sustainable Fashion , sustainable style

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Karl Lagerfeld Imports a 265-Ton Glacier for Chanel’s Fashion Show

March 14, 2010 by  
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  Photo by Wallpaper We’ve heard about designers doing some crazy things, but this one may just take the prize. For Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2010  show Karl Lagerfeld imported a massive 265-ton  glacier  from northern Sweden, where over the course of six days 35 sculptors (flown in from around the world) whittled the icy block down to a 28-foot tall frozen landscape. For this brief one-time show, the Grand Palais itself was also kept at subzero temperature for extra Arctic effect

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