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Eco-Friendly Fabrics(1)

The term “eco-fashion” refers to stylized clothing that uses environmentally sensitive fabrics and responsible production techniques.

                                            —— Richie Rich —–

                                              FutureFashion

                    < made from corn fiber by uber-cool >

For the eco fashion event FutureFashion, Richie Rich designed a pink and yellow Ingeo™ taffeta skirt made from corn fiber with a silver recycled polyester bustier.

Richie Rich speaking about designing with sustainable, recyclable and environmentally friendly fabrics for the eco fashion event FutureFashion:

“It’s definitely something we’re going to continue toying with. People often perceive the fashion world as superficial, so it’s great to work with materials that are actually good for the environment. I had my doubts, but when we actually saw the fabric swatches we were blown away. They were gorgeous, and it wasn’t hard to design with them.”

Yes, eco-fashion is gradually hotter than before, because people becoming realised the important of environment and designer concentrate on creating something sustainable,recyclable and environmentally friendly fabrics.

(*source from:http://organicclothing.blogs.com/my_weblog/2006/03/more_fashion_qu.html)

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4 thoughts on “Eco-Friendly Fabrics(1)

  1. peggy on said:

    Recyclable and environmentally friendly fabrics are very good things for designer,because,it can give designer some idea How to improve it in their design.

  2. maybe we always have think of “green design”

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