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Linda Loudermilk Debuts the World’s First Compostable Swimsuit
Posted By Diane Pham On July 21, 2011 @ 5:10 pm In Accessories and Fashion,Design,sustainable style sundays | No Comments
Sometimes clothes wear down beyond repair, and bathing suits in particular are not often passed down. So what better way to cut down on material waste than with a compostable bathing suit? Eco-luxury designer Linda Loudermilk  recently debuted the world’s first compostable swimsuit at the HauteNatured  swimwear show at Miami Swim Week . Made from plant starch, the suit can break down without a trace in just under 180 days. But best of all? It’s very inexpensive. So if you’re a fickle fashionista, this might just be the summer swim piece you’ve been searching for.
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 Linda Loudermilk: http://www.lindaloudermilk.com/
 HauteNatured: http://hautenatured.com/
 Miami Swim Week: http://miamiswimweek.com/
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