Fashion’s Interest In Sustainability Grows

Fashion’s Interest In Sustainability Grows
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One of the main trends demonstrated by exhibitors at London’s recent Margin fashion trade show was sustainability, TrendCentral reports: The number of socially responsible and earth-friendly brands has grown even...

Guy Brighton
  • 24 august 2005

One of the main trends demonstrated by exhibitors at London’s recent Margin fashion trade show was sustainability, TrendCentral reports:

The number of socially responsible and earth-friendly brands has grown even more, whether it be through recycling old fabrics, using fair-trade methods to produce or working with organic fabrics. Enamore’s hemp and vintage fabric mix featured beautiful design details. Rebe mixed vintage and new fabrics with lace to create a modern 50s style collection. Glo for Life sourced only fair trade t-shirts for their collection and Lady Luck Rules featured a quirky jewelry line made from recycled badges, buttons, old jewelry and trinkets.

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