Find of the Week: ABOL

ABOL is an environmentally conscious, hand made collection from Vancouver, Canada.  Hamideh Abol creates one of a kind wearable art, constructed predominately from raw wool, silk and cotton fiber.  Each one of her designs incorporates intricate surface detailing and texture.  (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of ABOL.  For more information, visit ABOL’s site.

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