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friday’s eco-fashion finds

Today’s curated collection of sustainable sartorial finds features some of the more ethically minded from across the pond…

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(above) We’re crushing on the Girl on Fire limited ed Nancy purse by artist, Olivier Millagou. What’s it made of? Upcycled fire-hose was used as the exterior fabric, and the lining is reclaimed parachute silk. The purse unfolds to reveal smartly designed nooks for safely storing cash, coin and cards.  £120.00


(above L to R) We’ve got an eye on Danish-based Noir, poised to relaunch in 2012. Committed to fair trade and utilizing organic cotton, we’re hoping they keep their edge … pieces, above, from A/W 2011/12.


(above L & R) Recycling since 1997, shows us how to stay warm and chic; find @


(above L & R) Famous for turning trash into treasure, Junky Styling rescues pre-loved garments and keeps material out of landfills; this MOL Basque top can be worn 4 different ways, thanks to a versatile lapel. £150.00

viv_westwood.jpg(above L to R) Fashion forward Vivienne Westwood is always one of the first to get it.

A perfect example of her fun, witty approach to style: her limited edition, fair trade certified organic cotton t-shirt dress made by People Tree for Marie Claire.

Emblazoned with Trees Save Lives, and signed by Viv herself, it has eco fashion written all over it … (couldn’t help myself), £25.20 + receive 10% off right now.

extra points – a portion of proceeds donated to support Bangladesh Forest Tribes.

Now start getting ready for that New Year’s Eve bash…

Related: more eco-fashion from The Alternative Consumer

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