Just in time for Earth Day, designers Rogan Gregory and Scott Mackinlay Hahn have introduced their new collection, LOOMSTATE 321.
The concept for this new collection is its ability to be worn in multiple ways, styles, color combinations and its reusability — traverse from beach to dinner in one easy, reversible piece.
By using only one knit fabric, Tencel, LOOMSTATE has highlighted its core values of style and sustainable design. The yarn’s origin is from natural tree pulp and the manufacturing process is 99% waste free. It is also quick drying, wrinkle resistant, ideal for movement and travel. All sourced and made in the USA.
3 ways 2 wear 1 piece @ LOOMSTATE 321
(above) Kaight’s NYC boutique is a find for all manner of sustainably-minded designer fashion – owner Kate MacGregor has you covered from green undies and swimsuits to outerwear, footwear, handbags and jewelry. Loving Crie de Cour’s kicky vegan booties and the Southwestern-inspired bag for year-round style. Check out Kaight’s Happy Hour Fridays in Manhattan or Brooklyn locations. more @ kaightshop.com
(above) This little flirty floral party dress from Montreal-based Mychelle Pyxus, is super fresh. Handmade to your specs with gorgeous eco friendly fabrics. The contrast top is made from a beautiful hemp / silk charmeuse blend in cream while the bottom floral skirt in beautiful lavender, yellow and cream is made from an organic cotton / silk blend.
The inner skirt is finished with a bamboo viscose / organic cotton jersey lining as well. Garden party, anyone? $169 @ Simone’s Rose Boutique on Etsy
(above) If you’re getting hitched this year, you’ll find cool wedding bands made from recycled gold at onewed.com. Order a date engraved customized set for you and yours, so you’ll never forget that special anniversary day.
related: more eco fashion finds on The Alternative Consumer