Tag Archives: eco design

Find of the Week: SAVIA

SAVIA is a clothing and textile art project founded by sisters Fabiana and Patricia Persia.  They are one of a group of seven designers based in Santiago, Chile, under the collaborative name of Moda Lenta de Chile, or Slow Fashion Chile.  The group comprises of a range of talented Chilean fashion, accessories and jewelry designers, [...]

Find of the Week: Antithesis

New eco-label Antithesis is just on their third collection and still in fundraising mode, while producing a modular, multi-functioning collection for the modern multi-tasking woman.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of design house Antithesis. For more information, visit Antithesis’ site.

Find of the Week: Bioneuma

Bioneuma, an Italian based design house, evolved from the from the fusion of two shared passions, a belief in the organic movement as an eco-friendly lifestyle choice and a philosophy for living, coupled with a love of manufacturing clothing, enriched by years working in the fashion industry.   The collection is made completely from organic cotton [...]

Find of the Week: Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson is an Arizona-based indie designer who handcrafts quirky, playful, tongue-in-cheek dresses from recycled fabrications.  With a sideshow-meets-vaudeville-retro sensibility, she pulls on vintage circus inspiration for her dresses, which have an element of coquetry with equal measures of in-your-face show girl, and Victorian murder mystery drama.  She produces a redesigned line of ball gowns, [...]

Find of the Week: Laura Stambi YOJ

This week’s find is Laura Stambi’s research collection YOJ.  With a background as a designer for Marina Rinaldi and Max Mara, she has a lovely understated Italian aesthetic, and her designs are entirely made from natural materials, many certified, and all dyed naturally and organically.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of [...]

Find of the Week: Leila Hafzi

Norwegian designer Leila Hafzi produces her extravagant red carpet and bridal gowns in Nepal. Building a network across Nepal, Leila works with the best fabrics and tailors the country has to offer.  Her goal of introducing an ecological and ethical, global trading company in Nepal has remained unchanged since she first established her label.  Leila [...]

Find of the Week: Amanda Henderson

Amanda Henderson is an independent knitwear designer, working with hand knits, based in Queens, New York.  She is working towards her dream of making her craft into a business, one that sustains her, respects the craft itself, as well as the people and the planet it touches along the way, all in a way that [...]

Find of the Week: Deborah Lindquist

Deborah Lindquist is an LA-based environmentally conscious designer that specializes in one-of-a-kind creations made from vintage fabrications, cashmere, hemp and organic linen. Catering to a young, hip urban audience, Lindquist ‘s couture inspired creations are produced from a mix of recycled and new sustainable and organic fabrications. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full [...]

Find of the Week: Anita Hirlekar

This week’s Find of the Week is Icelandic eco fashion designer Anita Hirlekar, a graduate from Central Saint Martins, based in London.  Fascinated by traditional craft techniques, Anita creates a poetic but modern collection through hand crafted fabrics.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Anita Hirlekar. For more information, visit designer [...]

Lucia Cuba

“Articulo 6″ a project by Lucia Cuba Camera & edition: Eduardo Delgado Model: Carla Rincón for IceBerg Styling: Lucia Cuba & Yasmin Dajes Production Assistant: Joy Rosenblum Hair: Olga Soncco Song: “Lorochay” Interpreted by José María Arguedas (PUCP archive) Special thanks to Pierre-Yves Ginet Lima, April 2012

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