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from Etsy

Eco fashion dresses Nuno felted and eco printed dress from natural silk and wool dyed with plants OOAK

Eco fashion dresses Nuno felted and eco printed dress from natural silk and wool dyed with plants OOAK

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A simple yet effective question. This image makes you consider what effect your clothing has and will have on the world at some point- whether this be from its manufacturing, transportation , maintenance or disposal.

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from British Vogue

Vivienne Westwood Explains Why She Turned To Punk

Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.com UK)http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=j1-beoxg9Ok

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Upcycle fashion by "From Somewhere". Made from luxury designer pre-consumer waste (proofs, swatches, production offcuts, end of rolls). From Somewhere have a single premise: to divert the fashion industry's production surplus and scraps from the landfill at the end of each season http://fromsomewhere.co.uk/

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from Greenpeace International

We need fewer boats, more fish to save our oceans

"Less boats, more fish" Greenpeace's message to over 600 global tuna industry officials meeting in Bangkok. We need fewer boats, more fish if the fishing indstry and our oceans are to survive: http://act.gp/JYrX4C More

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Zady, fast fashion, consumerism, conscious consumption, conspicuous consumption, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

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from ØSMOSIS.

Nature-inspired Fashion Design through The Theory of Biomimicry

LAYERING SCRAPS LIKE SCALES After spying diamond-shaped wood chips on a workshop floor at London’s Kingston University—the leftovers of some architecture student, no doubt—Stefanie Nieuwenhuyswas reminded of a secondhand snakeskin bag she once purchased. Scooping them up, the fashion student set to work, layering the wooden scraps onto fabric like reptilian scales. To minimize waste, Stefanie Nieuwenhuys layered discarded pieces of wood onto fabric like reptilian scales. Nieuwenhuys’s “aha”…

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