Miss Green’s Wardrobe offers all you fashionistas, both guys and girls, the chance to swap fashion items that are no longer worthy of your wardrobe space, for new found items… or shall I say, new found loves! The aim behind Miss Green’s Wardrobe events is to raise awareness and provide information for all you “fasionistas” about more “friendly” options fashion lovers can adopt in order to contribute towards a more sustainable future, with style.
The next one is on the 18th March at Baroq House, Melbourne
This is a great reference for finding designers, services and suppliers. While you are there, check out the videos on eco fashion on the home page.
In the loop have an interview with Kelley Sheenan who has just released Peppermint Magazine featuring fresh green fashion. The good news is the first edition is free. Kelly has given a big list of aussie fashion designers and retailers working with sustainable textiles which we then stole to publish here…
labels: gorman, bird textiles, skin and threads, bassike, darling clementine, elsom, heidi and seek, mother maria, kara, money penny, thea&sami, rebecca ward; shops: green precinct, bliss ecowear, i like you, bird girl, ecogirl, madeit, leeloo, georgielove ; blogs: indie, meetmeatmikes, and a tv show Alter Eco