Jill Danyelle's work creatively comments on the ecology of our lives. Her fiftyRX3 project has been praised for its thought-provoking integration of style and sustainability. In addition to spending a year as the fashion editor for Inhabitat, Jill has served as a creative director and consultant on projects supporting sustainability in design. For more information visit danyelle.org .
The complexity of trying to strive for sustainable manufacturing is an issue we've addressed before here at Inhabitat when we received "sweatshop" comments on our H&M organic cotton post.
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
This past weekend the popular fashion trade show Designers & Agents launched their new green initiatives at their Fall II/ Holiday show here in NYC. I was invited to exhibit my fiftyRX3
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.
This past Thursday, Inhabitat attended “Project Earth Day”, an eco-friendly fashion show at the Teknion showroom. The event was organized by Emerging Green Builders of New York (EGBNY), the
Los Angeles based eco-designer Linda Loudermilk showed here in NYC on Thursday just before the official start of Fashion Week. The designer presented forty-three looks that seemed to leave no
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