February 2011 Blog Posts (39)

Climate Counts Congratulates Tshirt Tuesday Winner Jill!


Added by 3BL Media on February 15, 2011 at 2:43 — No Comments

ethically produced cotton in Israel, Egypt, Syria, Jordan

I'm working on an income generation project with women in the West Bank making pyjamas (www.hopesew.org)- all the profit from sales goes to the women. We are trying to source ethically produced cotton from the region, either from Israel, Egypt, Syria or Jordan. Does anyone have an ideas?!! Thank you!

Added by Lorna Watt on February 13, 2011 at 22:29 — No Comments

Eco Fashion blog post on ethical men's wear company Banuq

Just posted my latest Eco Fashion designer overview at www.ecofashiontalk.com on Banuq. My first listing on a men's wear company, but they so impressed me at the GREENshows in Berlin, I was persuaded to expand my resources and overviews into men's wear! Check them out!

Added by Sass Brown on February 13, 2011 at 19:15 — No Comments

Release: "Sourcing Ethically from India - An introductory guide for micro-enterprises and start ups in the fashion industry."

This is a 37 pages strong guide and the outcome of a 8 month research project in collaboration with small ethical fashion businesses in Europe.

It can be downloaded for free - under Creative Commons License - as PDF file from http://shirahime.ch/publications or from the following URL:…


Added by Pamela Ravasio on February 13, 2011 at 14:38 — 1 Comment

JEAN JOAILLERIE Makes "10 HOTTEST Features Of The Week" List at Fashion Paparazzis !

JEAN JOAILLERIE Makes "10 HOTTEST Posts Of The Week" List at Fashion Paparazzis !



I wanted to share this as Fashion Paparazzis made mention of the eco-friendly nature of my jewellery line in the beautiful feature they did on JEAN JOAILLERIE last Thursday…


Added by Jan Roberts on February 10, 2011 at 20:15 — No Comments


McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) is a global sustainability consulting and productcertification firm founded in 1995 by world-renowned architect William McDonough and…

Added by Katrina O'Brien on February 8, 2011 at 8:51 — No Comments

Wear Chemistry - spring photo shoot

Dear EFF Members,


Please take a moment to view our video clip, our new website will be available next week - for now there's:



The Wear Chemistry Team

Wear Chemistry has the core ambition of making sustainable choices in casual clothing more appealing by bringing together original, bold design with high quality great fitting…


Added by Trish Richards on February 7, 2011 at 19:35 — No Comments

Pure London - Olympia 13-15 February

Hi everyone,


We will be exhibiting at the PURE show, London, Olympia next weekend 12-15 Feb.  Please come and see our products we are at Stand A71, Ethical salon. It would be lovely to meet you there.

Added by Veronica Swain on February 7, 2011 at 13:25 — No Comments

Organic cotton knit suppliers in India?

We are looking for suppliers of Organic Cotton knit in India. Anyone know anyone?!


Added by Nidhi Singh on February 7, 2011 at 11:37 — 4 Comments

Is Recycling more of a cultural issue?

Is recycling cultural, political, or economical? I have always thought about the political and economical side, but never really the cultural. I have lived in Germany, and there, recycling is a natural as breathing. If you don't do it your neighbours will tell you off and it is highly looked down upon in society. However a recent talk on Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough rose a point. The eastern world have always recycled. China for example. Some farmers have farmed the same piece of…


Added by Katrina O'Brien on February 7, 2011 at 8:30 — No Comments

Looking for somebody to represent my label at pure

I am looking for somebody who can represent my jewellery label - amisha.elegance.rebellion at Pure Women's Wear trade show Sun 13th til Tues 15th Feb. You need to be trustworthy and confident, with experience of trade shows. 


Please e-mail me by 12pm Monday 7th Feb if you are interested - takeamoment@amisha.co.uk

Added by Amisha Ghadiali on February 6, 2011 at 20:06 — No Comments

Eco Fashion Designer Overviw on Les Bijoux D'Odette

Check out my latest Eco Fashion designer overview on Fanny Crenn's ecclectic and ethereal upcycled jewelry and clothing collection Les Bijoux D'Odette at www.ecofashiontalk.com/2011/02

Added by Sass Brown on February 6, 2011 at 17:54 — No Comments

FACTORY EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY SALE - Currently at crazy cheap prices & all must go...


factory equipment for fashion and footwear manufacture being sold at RIDICULOUSLY cheap prices.

Factory based in Northampton, UK.

Please get in touch for a full list of items left:  info(@)offsetwarehouse.com


Amongst other items, there are…


Added by Offset Warehouse on February 5, 2011 at 11:20 — No Comments

Anvil Knitwear is finalist chosen for Ceres-ACCA North American Sustainability Reporting Awards


Added by 3BL Media on February 5, 2011 at 2:10 — No Comments

Anvil Knitwear Becomes First US-based Company to Join Cotton made in Africa Initiative

Anvil Knitwear, a leading apparel brand, has become the first US-based apparel manufacturer to join the …


Added by 3BL Media on February 5, 2011 at 2:06 — No Comments

Redesign the Anne Klein Official Lion Logo!


In 1968, Anne Klein's first collection was launched.

In the forty-two years that followed, women embraced and embodied the courage, self-expression and ambition that Anne Klein's iconic lion symbol came to represent. Women became more empowered and reached mounds of success in the workforce that were only a dream when Anne started.

So our question to you is…  

How do you see the lion evolving from what it represented in 1968 to what it means in… Continue

Added by Steve Bishop on February 3, 2011 at 19:07 — 2 Comments

JEAN JOAILLERIE FEATURED LIVE ON fashionpaparazzis.com !!!!!!!

I am thrilled to share this feature on JEAN JOAILLERIE on www.fashionpaparazzis.com which is LIVE NOW and features my Eco-Friendly Bikini Bling !!!!

Added by Jan Roberts on February 3, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments

Is Bark Cloth the most sustainable fabric?

Bark Cloth (Lubugo in Luganda- which is the language spoken by the tribe that produces this cloth) is a non woven fabric made from the bark of the MUTUBA (MITUBA- PLURAL) Tree (FICUS NATALENSINS) and is produced by the Baganda tribe in Uganda. It was widely used in dress making and was widely worn by the Kings and queens of Uganda prior to the arrival of cotton which I think was introduced by Arabs or Indians.

The cloth is used widely in Uganda's Art and Craft industry, Traditional… Continue

Added by Ida Horner on February 1, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments

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