As daylight hours dwindle and autumn falls upon us…here’s a peek at what piqued my interest in eco fashion this week.
(above, L to R): From eco boutique Kaight… pleated, hooded wool jacket from STUDY; ($250). Jonano’s eco sexy Mini Trench made of certified organic hemp & organic cotton denim ($175) @ Planet Threads.
(above, L to R): Grab bag…Pharao handbag in faux snake or black vegan nappa leather; ($285). On sale now the Scrilla handbag in magenta vegan leather; ($152) @ Matt & Nat.
(above, L to R): Just off the boat, tread lightly in eco conscious Swedish Hasbeens – @ junoandjove.com
(above): From ParkVogel’s offshoot, Julie Park zippered leggings in charcoal; ($104).
Gotta fly, have a beautiful weekend…
Sustainable Mobility has released the first video of the Renault DeZir electric vehicle. In addition to the video a special issue of Zero Emission Magazine is dedicated to the sexy, zero emissions concept car, which is being debuted at the Paris Motor Show. Yes the video is in French, but there are some nice English subtitles.
BMW is testing testing public reaction to its Mini Scooter E electric scooter concept at the Paris Motor Show.
The company is aware of the demand for low emissions urban mobility vehicles, but isn’t quite sure if an Austin Powers-like electric scooter is the way to go…what do you think?
SavageSalvage creates these wrist bracelets from upcycled, antique brass skeleton keys. The key is hammered into a curve and attached by copper rings to a hand-forged, oxidized heavy copper wire bangle.
Each unique, and made-to-order bracelet possesses the patina and character of its previous life. No two are completely alike.
Archeo Architects designs and builds luxury homes primarily in the southwestern U.S.. Though most of their projects fall well outside most people’s financial reach, projects like the Greene Residence exemplify how a home can be harmoniously integrated into its natural surroundings.
The Greenes were looking to build a home that provided a sense of warmth, comfort and protection, featuring a co-mingling of interior and exterior worlds, an organic connection to the site and the preservation of some of the characteristics of the mesa upon which it sits. Indoors, they wanted a sense of expansive shelter, without excluding the outdoors.
Archeo describes the home’s theme as one of “a house as a permanent camp” that contrasts old and new. Conceptually, two “L” shaped stone walls provide the main spine and heart of the house.
Two thousand square feet of developed exterior patios, roof terraces and sky-walks, the home allows nature its rightful prominence.