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WWF Teams Up With Rapanui to Release Wildlife-Inspired Eco-Fashion Produced by Wind Power

by , 05/21/14

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The World Wide Fund for Nature in the UK teamed up with eco-fashion brand Rapanui to release a range of wildlife-inspired t-shirts and sweatshirts. Founded by surfer brothers Rob and Mart Drake-Knight, the Rapanui brand has been producing environmentally conscious clothing on the Isle of Wight since 2008. The new WWF-Rapanui clothing line is created from from organic cotton, sustainably and ethically produced using wind power, and printed with water based dyes. The bold and on-trend designs call attention to the endangerment of animal species from pandas to rhinos, and promote a thoughtful, eco-friendly philosophy.

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