Blog Posts - Eco Fashion



Ab Aeterno’s wooden watches are the next thing in eco-fashion

Ab Aeterno has shown its Sky collection, a range of wooden watches that contain a Swiss movement, with the remainder made in Italy.    The firm, just over three years old, uses only sustainable materials such as wood. They guarantee that th...
by Lucire Insider on Dec 17, 2015

Brighton Fashion Week went all the way with sustainable fashion!

It was Brighton Fashion Week last weekend and every single event had sustainability at it's core. There were talks, upcycling workshops, debates, a competition to see who could create the best piece of clothing out of rubbish, catwalks and a clothes...
by Eco Thrifty Living on Oct 25, 2015

Wonderful Women-Interview with me&i’s Lina Waite

Lina Waite is a stay at home mum of two fun-loving boys with a passion for clothes and fashion. She sells retro inspired Swedish clothes brand me&i at home parties and loves dressing her sons in cool clothes.  Read more...
by Honest Mum on Mar 31, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – something old and something new

Being fashionably green takes many forms. For instance, you can buy something fabulously new, ethically made of sustainable fabric, via a zero-waste process – or you can go vintage and ramp up you style by wearing and reusing things that had a...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 30, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds: style and substance

It’s on sale! The Amour Vert Riley Jacket (above) features an sleek modern silhouette, an off-center zipper and a herringbone pattern. The jacket is made of organic cotton in the USA. On sale for $128, marked-down from $184 @ kaightshop This Gr...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 23, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds: keeping it organic

In a world obsessed with profit margins and mass production it falls to the hearty consumer to determine which products and raw materials flourish. With that in mind, we strenuously endorse the use and proliferation of all things organic, including f...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 16, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – stay toasty my friends

Stay warm in sophisticated, eco-friendly style. The Nau Outre Trench coat (above) is water-resistant, fully insulated and constructed of recycled polyester ripstop and 650-fill down for maximum warmth. Diamond quilting and an offset zip offer subtle...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 9, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – the little black dress

(above) Mia Lola Asymmetrical Little Black Dress takes its shape from two separate pieces: a midi length dress plus an asymmetrical top. Fabric is 95% Viscose from bamboo and 55% Spandex for some stretchability. Perfect for travel and easy care. Hand...
by The Alternative Consumer on Dec 26, 2014

eco-fashion friday finds: winter shades of grey

(above) Head turning … Everyone needs some great-looking yoga leggings. These yoga pants are made with sustainable bamboo terry. The fit is slightly roomier than most thinner leggings so you may want to go a size down if you like a snugger fit.
by The Alternative Consumer on Dec 19, 2014

eco-fashion friday finds – green gifts

Today’s collection of personal eco-fashion faves highlights gems and jewels to add a little sparkle all year, every year. (above) Who doesn’t love a cool ring? Handcrafted in NYC, this Crescent Spine Ring is made of recycled sterling silv...
by The Alternative Consumer on Dec 12, 2014

eco-fashion friday finds – let’s get crunchy

(above) There’s a new Hobbit film to be realeased soon …. why not dress for the opening with something evocative of Middle Earth? These lovely arm warmers are organic, vegan and fair trade – hand-knitted and embroidered – they...
by The Alternative Consumer on Dec 5, 2014

Go green, yet choose your colors

Well, we are not talking about the color green. We are focusing our thoughts on the eco-friendly options available in this world. And do you know what the best part is? You can change this world and make it a better place to live in. So, here are s...
by My Green Living Ideas on Dec 3, 2014

Green by Genaro Rivas - Moda Orgánica

Buscan un regalo fashion, orgánico y cómodo en precio para esta Navidad? Les presento la colección Green del diseñador Peruano Genaro Rivas, la primera línea de Slow Fashion Peruana, trabajada desde el año 2012 y todas las prendas de la colecci...

eco-fashion friday finds – kid’s stuff

Today’s collection of personal faves sheds light on stylish threads for the younger set… (above) Several years ago while traipsing through a Go Green Expo in NYC I happened upon a fresh line of children’s clothing called TANE Organi...
by The Alternative Consumer on Nov 28, 2014

eco fashion friday finds – the fab four

Today’s little collection of eco-fashion faves … (above) The Track Handbag features exterior pattern made from recycled plastic and interior a nice soft cotton; from socially conscious fiveaccessories.com ($58) (above) A blend of innovati...
by The Alternative Consumer on Nov 21, 2014

eco-fashion friday finds – the top five

Kicking off today’s little collection of eco fashion faves … (above) Organic sock company, Zkano, based in Fort Payne, Alabama makes adorable, top quality goods that will make you happy and warm your toes. Rose Over the Knee comes in soli...
by The Alternative Consumer on Nov 14, 2014

eco-fashion friday finds – monster mash-up

The Moto Jacket in organic cotton by blue canoe, zip up and take off. Perfect for running around town or catching a flight. Available in navy, black or crimson ($129.95) An easy piece to transition from day to night, the Christel Tube Skirt ($160) @...
by The Alternative Consumer on Oct 31, 2014

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds for green babes

(above) A little something for your HallowGreen monster … Created by a renowned professional photographer and eco activist, Tom Arma – Tom’s kiddie (infant, toddler and child sizes) costumes can be found exclusively at Halloween Exp...
by The Alternative Consumer on Oct 24, 2014

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – orange is the new green

Fashionista alert … Add a heap of pizzazz to your fall wardrobe with this dramatic, chunky Roccoco knit shawl in ultra-warm and renewable Merino wool. This striking, pumpkin-colored shawl is a must-have fall and winter accessory. Meticulously h...
by The Alternative Consumer on Oct 17, 2014

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – Spooky Green

Want to keep your costume simple, classic and eco-friendly? Loving this Little Red Riding Hood hooded cloak made of organic cotton and soy spandex. The cape/cloak will cost you $85 and answer all those “Who are you dressed as?” gazes. Jus...
by The Alternative Consumer on Oct 10, 2014


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