We’re obsessed with green design at Inhabitat, but up until now, we’ve focused primarily on products and architecture. However, we’ve become increasingly tempted by the growing momentum of the green fashion movement – and since fashion is as much a part of “design” as architecture, we decided it was time to start dedicating a little more time to it on Inhabitat. Thus we’d like to introduce you to Sustainable Style Sundays, curated by green fashionista, Jill Danyelle, whose blog, fiftyRX3, has been one of our favorite stops in the blogosphere since its early days. Sustainable Style Sunday officially kicks off later today with a look at the Covet label.
We’ll be investigating the world of green jeans, bamboo textiles, reconstructed vintage and much more! Stay tuned. And for a more in depth look at sustainable style, be sure to check out Jill’s blog fiftyRX3.
We first heard word of Jill Danyelle when we learned of her umbrella dress – a little black cocktail dress she had made for herself out of recycled umbrellas. An umbrella jacket and a couple of umbrella purses later and we realized this girl was gold. Writer, pundit, green fashion expert and eco-designer extraordinaire, Jill’s creativity and passion for sustainable fashion is totally infectious. We hope you enjoy the new series.