We’re always saying, in order for sustainability to be successful, it’s got to be sexy. A lot of good examples have passed across our radar, but Eco-Boudoir takes the cake. The London-based brand is not afraid to market itself as a sustainable product, since there’s no chance it’ll be mistaken for another crunchy company.

Using naturally-tanned leather with a closed loop chromium system, reused fur or by-product fur from the meat industry, local UK silks, and organic cotton, Eco-Boudoir makes a line of truly seductive interiors for the bedroom. They even do a line of accessories with silk sashes and leather. The images on the website are so sensual you can almost feel of the textures (and they’re a lot more luscious than burlap-sack hemp).

+ www.eco-boudoir.com
via: Treehugger

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    […] February 14th is right around the corner, and while many deem Valentine’s Day “just another Hallmark holiday,” few ladies can resist the romantic appeal of cute underwear. This year, treat your girl to something that is not super-sexy, but green as well. There are a ton of eco apparel companies, but few green lingerie outfits whose bras and panties don’t look like your grandma’s knickers or burlap sacks. We’ve written about Eco-Boudoir before, a company that makes a full line of sexy and sustainable bedroom accessories. And here are a few more “outfits” that offer cute undergarments for the sexy sustainable lady in your life. […]

  2. Touch of Ink November 22, 2005 at 12:34 pm

    It’s not often you see bondage gear marketed with the sustainability logo. (BTW, one or two pictures on the site may not be work safe.)

    Oh, now everyone’s going to click and go see :)

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