Sustainable Style Sunday is on a recycling roll, so we figured we'd continue the theme with Andrea Crews, a Paris-based creative collective whose work defies definition as solely design, art, or fashion.
Sustainability is a multi-faceted and complex issue with no single right answer to any problem. Manufacturing in developing countries can be a double edged sword when it comes to sustainability. From a
POSCH is a line of tote bags created by Montreal designer Luce Beaulieu out of reclaimed fabric. She designs the bags to minimize waste and maximize style. I spotted them on the sustainable style group
In honor of our Inhabitat panel, Reclaiming Design, which takes place at HauteGREEN today, Sustainable Style Sunday serves up a favorite fashion designer that is also fond of reclamation, Martin Margiela.
In April of 2006, Aveda premiered their Ecoture collection at the LOHAS convention in California, showcasing dresses fabricated out of materials ranging from lace made from recycled plastic to sandalwood
These t-shirts have got to be the best I have seen for kids. Not only are they made from organic cotton and locally hand-dyed and silk screened right here in Brooklyn, but they are damn cute. Cute in a
Bahar Shahpar, the creative mind behind Agricult, is now designing under her own name. She has created a smart collection of neutral solids and colorful prints fashioned into empire-waist dresses, easy
Camilla Norrback is a Finnish fashion designer who has been working with ecological textiles such as organic cotton and oeko-tex certified fabric since 2002. Recently Camilla has launched a lovely new eco
Nau is a new outdoor apparel company churning out designs strong enough for the backwoods and stylish enough for the urban jungle. Though the designs might occasionally give off a Jil Sander/Helmut Lang
In a move sure to please conscientious teens, students and other thrifty eco-fashionistas everywhere, H&M has recently announced that it will introduce organic cotton pieces for women, teens, children and
As the following posts might illuminate, when it comes to fashion, London is a hot bed of ethical design. Given the size of London Fashion Week in comparison to New York, proportionally there was a lot