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Nicole Dextras Creates Little Green Dresses that Transform Foliage into Fine Compostable Fashion
Posted By Charley Cameron On October 6, 2012 @ 11:48 am In Design,Ecouterre | No Comments
Created by artist and designer Nicole Dextras , the Little Green Dress Projekt  is a collection of twenty one gorgeous dresses crafted from finely-woven palms, leaves and berries. Recently displayed at VanDusen Botanical Garden’s  Earth Art Exhibition, the intricate, vibrant pieces are made entirely from sustainable materials. Dextras’ work provides a eye-catching commentary on environmentally-conscientious fashion—and unlike the masses of ultimately disposable fashion  that ends up in landfill, the Little Green Dresses can be composted !
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 Nicole Dextras: http://www.nicoledextras.com/
 Little Green Dress Projekt: http://littlegreendresses.wordpress.com/earth-art-exhibition/
 VanDusen Botanical Garden’s: http://vancouver.ca/vandusen/
 disposable fashion: http://www.ecouterre.com/how-do-we-break-our-fast-fashion-addiction-an-interview-with-overdressed-author-elizabeth-l-cline/
 composted: http://inhabitat.com/tag/composting/
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