Gallery: The Top 8 Eco Products from the First Ever NYC Green Festival

2.  For the Eco-Baby: Simply Chickie

When Gwen, the owner of Simply Chickie, starting making these clothes in 2004, she said she had to educate people about the importance of organic cotton. These days, people get it. Working with certified organic cotton supports farmers that grow it without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. Gwen’s daughter, Elizabeth, inspires the designs, and she uses Japanese paper and print to create art for the textiles.

2.  For the Eco-Baby: Simply Chickie

When Gwen, the owner of Simply Chickie, starting making these clothes in 2004, she said she had to educate people about the importance of organic cotton. These days, people get it. Working with certified organic cotton supports farmers that grow it without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. Gwen’s daughter, Elizabeth, inspires the designs, and she uses Japanese paper and print to create art for the textiles.

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