Revamped Site Helps Indie Designers Go Green

Revamped Site Helps Indie Designers Go Green

Source4Style ensures the materials upcoming fashion designers need are responsibly produced and environmentally friendly.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 9 january 2012

Eco fashion is not just a fad or buzzword any more, it is increasingly an expected and integral part of an industry which is the second largest user of water in the world, and has a bad reputation for waste. But young, up-and-coming designers often don’t have the time or money to seek out the best socially responsible and environmentally sound materials with which to form their creations.

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