Hi everyone! It's once again time for the weekly eco-fashion wrap-up!
Events: Eco Chic - Towards Sustainable Swedish Fashion, May 5 - August 21,2010 at the Scandanavia House, showcases Swedish fashion designers who take an environmentally - friendly and ethical approach to their work, without sacrificing style. Those Swedes always seem to be one step ahead of the game in terms of design...it's bound to be an amazing exhibit!
Photos Courtesy of Tear-n-Tan
Upcoming EcoSalon Shop! at Green Spaces on June 4, 2010 from 7-10pm on 394 Broadway, NYC. This pop-up shop will showcase 20 sustainable clothing and accessory designers including Study by Tara St. James and Lara Miller.
Retail: Terracycle Inc. aims to make money by reusing the hard-to-recycle trash the US produces each year. It's even partnered with big brands such as Kraft Food Inc.'s Capri Sun, Kellogg Co.'s Bear Naked, and Nabisco's Chips Ahoy to be a sponsor "brigade" by Terracycle their trash. Now Terracycle may start selling its products at Wal-Mart. Read the exciting article about Terracycle over at WSJ.
Blogosphere: This week, Thrillist featured some pretty chic bags made out of "upcycled" street banners taken from Seoul and re-created in South Korea into special one-of-a-kind pieces. Go buy one for only $19.
Also, we've spent quite some time preparing to launch the sale of our Roli Hoodie. Go pick yours up here!