Tag Archives: eco fashion

Find of the Week: Stella Jean

Stella Jean is a young Italian Haitian designer, born and working in Rome. Her refined collection of African waxed cotton prints evokes a retro fifties chic using men’s shirt fabric and expressed through an impeccable European cut. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of designer Stella. For more information, visit Stella’s site.

Find of the Week: Studio Ecocentric

Studio Ecocentric’s mantra is “true style is timeless.”  They have based their entire company on it, producing an enduring vintage-inspired collection that embodies classic stylishness.  Taking inspiration from the 1930’s through to the 1970’s, their main focus lies in the Hollywood classic era of the 40’s and 50’s, drawing from the timeless aesthetics of Lauren [...]

Find of the Week: Marc le Bihan

Our find this week is the amazing Parisian, eco fashion designer, Marc le Bihan.  Honoring craftmanship and traditon, le Bihan painstakingly deconstructs vintage garments and combines them with the finest luxury fabrications to produce his ethereal creations.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Parisian designer Marc le Bihan. For more information, [...]

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 [...]

Find of the Week: VOZ

Chilean brand, VOZ partners with the famed indigenous Mapuche weavers of Southern Chile, to hand craft baby alpaca and llama wool into a collection of contemporary dresses, coats, shawls, and ponchos.  The collection centers around the traditional hand woven patterns and designs of the Mapuche. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of [...]

Find of the Week: Eden Diodati

Eden Diodati’s collection draws inspiration from our collective and cultural artistic heritage that both binds us together and separates us.  The collection is based in a philosophy that reflect the ethos of the brand, and encompasses an ethical approach to manufacturing, bringing opportunities to marginalized communities through trade not aid.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to [...]

Find of the Week: Jantine van Peski

Jantine van Peski is one of those rare and wonderful examples of a designer that manages to balance art, artisanship, craft and design in equal balance; a rare trait, in a world where so many manage to excel in only one.  Influenced by the 1970’s macramé sculptures, where three-dimensional textiles are created from a series [...]

Find of the Week: InAiscse

New York brand InAiscse streamlined silhouettes, and geometric lines invoke a Zen like minimalism, while the minimal use of tone on tone color, and strictly limited color palette from matte black through charcoal and steel grey, intuitively invoke a tribal, nomadic quality, compounded through depth and variation of texture. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get [...]

Find of the Week: Vilte

Lithuanian brand Vilte, has been experimenting with felting techniques since 2006, and specializing in innovative and modern felting realized through a wide variety of all natural materials.  Revealing the broad versatility of felt, Vilte creates air, light, sensual and sophisticated designs through nuno felting and a combination of various materials, from softest alpaca, fine Australian [...]

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 [...]

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