Tag Archives: Sass Brown

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: Feral Childe

Feral Childe is a bi-coastal design collaboration that consists of Moriah Carlson, based in Brooklyn, New York, and Alice Wu based in Oakland, California.  The designers both hail from a fine arts background and produce a smart, wearable women’s wear collection, from sustainable materials, proudly manufactured in New York’s garment district.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk [...]

Find of the Week: Paper No. 9

This week we bring you Brooklyn design lab Paper No. 9, and their re-contextualization of paper as a fashion material.  And who doesn’t love their little, but super chic “2am Clutch Bag.”  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of design lab Paper No. 9. For more information, visit Paper No. 9’s site.

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: Re;code

Re;code is a Korean brand specializing in upcycled fashion.  Launched in March of 2012, they started from a place of consideration for the environment, and the realization that dead stock fabric and garments from major brands, including that of their own umbrella corporation, was being incinerated to protect brand integrity.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to [...]

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: Preloved

Canadian brand Preloved creates one-of-a-kind clothing from reclaimed and vintage fabrics.  With fit, comfort and style acting as their driving force, the collection is trend conscious but wearable, with a broad range of dresses and separates.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of recycle brand Preloved. For more information, visit Preloved’s site.

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, [...]

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