I know I've told you about Source4Style in the past. But for those of you who don't remember I'll do a quick recap. S4S is the premier B2B online marketplace that allows designers to search and source more sustainable materials from a network of global suppliers. I should mention that I'm a big fan so I ...Read More >>
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While browsing The New York Times' T Magazine, I came across an article that I found especially delicious, as it combines two of my loves: food and fashion.
On November 16th, Barney's Department Store will reveal it's holiday window and quite a treat it will be for those who love an innovative approach to textiles, ...Read More >>
Recycled ground coffee used to make an odor control, fast drying, environmentally friendly, absorbent fabric. Brilliant!
Hi Folks. I was introduced to this amazing video recently and couldn't wait to pass it along. Water soluble fabrics are used to create garments. What a fantastic experiment of chemistry and fashion.
The point? To get us thinking about the materials we use and what happens to them when we've decided we're done.
Take a look, ...Read More >>
Yes, that Starbucks. No, they haven't stopped making coffee. What they have started doing, though, is furnishing their interiors with a revolutionary new textile made from natural and renewable materials.
Through upcycling (creating waste materials into new products), Starbucks coffee sacks are combined with wool to create a completely unique sustainable fabric called "WoJo". The company ...Read More >>
So, yes, it's wool week. Interesting. I have to say I really didn't have any inkling of the existence of the Campaign for Wool until I stumbled upon an article on the British Vogue website. Apparently, the campaign was started by the Prince of Whales in January of this year to educate people on the ...Read More >>