Dress Reform Infuses Safari Chic Into Its Spring 2011 Line

by , 09/18/10

Dress Reform, Spring/Summer 2011, The GreenShows, New York Fashion Week, New York Green Fashion Week, New York Eco-Fashion Week, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, ethical fashionDon’t bother borrowing your boyfriend’s jeans, instead open your closet and invite him in to share in your fashion splendor. Dress Reform by designer Krystal Hoffacker made its debut at The GreenShows on Tuesday. A collection with unisex and one-size-fits-all appeal, Hoffacker intentionally created a line of apparel that could be shared between the sexes. “I like to construct garments that work for both men and women,” says the designer. “This approach leaves a lot up to the wearer at the end of the day. The wearer brings life to each piece.” Some of the collection’s key pieces include a button-down denim jumpsuit, a moto-inspired vest and an oversize printed T-shirt — all  made with sustainable materials, of course.


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