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Botanical shoe design by Kristen Dill

If Tim Burton had an eco-fashion line for Target, here is what it would look like. Kristen Dill’s designed creations include found botanical stems, leaves, even dried turnips.

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Gown made from Peanut M&M wrappers

Project Runway eat your heart out, as long as that heart’s made from Peanut M&Ms. This one-off dress was made by Chicago-based couture designer Christina Liedtke from 600 Peanut M&M … Read more

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AussieBum’s banana fibre underwear

It’s crazy that we’re so reliant on cotton for our natural fibre needs, given that it’s environmentally heavy and requires massive amounts of water. Give me wool any-day. Or banana … Read more

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American eco-fashion visionaries

Pratt Manhattan Gallery, in a show guest curated by Francesca Granata (Parsons School for Design Lecturer) and Sarah Scaturro (adjunct instructor for Fashion Institute of Technology), takes a look at … Read more

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Monkey and The BrownMan t-shirts

Eco-friendly fashion just got hotter with new Sydney label Monkey & the BrownMan. Whilst the name may confuse you, their threads won’t. Collections consist of a range of unisex basic … Read more

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Skinny Nelson

Using a chemical free philosophy, Skinny Nelson and Friends is an androgynous, eco label, the creation of Sydney-based designers Zachary Midalia and Jacqui Alexander.

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Rani Jones

Rani Jones, the ethical label founded by Rani Patel and Lucy Jones, made their debut at London Fashion Week in September of last year. Rani Jones uses recycled materials (such … Read more

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Loomstate tees

New York-based eco-line Loomstate create the coolest tees made of organic cotton. Each printed t-shirt not only celebrates nature but is stylishly crafted, with contrasting stitching coupled with signature twisted … Read more

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