Sustainable, organic clothing doesn’t have to have hemp leaf allover print, or look like burlap. There are good-looking clothing options for the fashion-conscious conscientious consumer, even though we acknowledge that we are far behind the curve. The more we know, the more we see, the more we share, the bigger this eco fashion industry can grow – the better we can feel about the clothes on our backs.

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  1. Hi there,

    Just came across your blog. I am a part of Bourgeois Boheme, online ethical fashion boutique, and we have a new eco shoes collection coming in a month. Would you be interested in our press release and photos?
    If so, what e-mail I may use to send it to you?

    Thanks in advance!

  2. Hi Kate,
    Good to know about seed & sew! Do you have any recs for sustain-able + stylin’ bedding, particularly sheets?
    Nice to see you at Heather’s yesterday.
    //leah

  3. Hi Kate,
    I’m a young Australian Sugarcane Farmer trying to find more info on using sugar cane for clothing and also looking to get involved in the sustainable clothing industry and trying to find as much information and contacts as possible.

    Any links or info would be appreciated
    Andrew

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