Photo: Starre Vartan
Vaute Couture's first ready-to-wear collection was not only the first all-vegan line, it included only eco-friendly fabrics. Designer Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart has been creating gorgeous outerwear for years, but this show included men's and women's coats, pants, blouses, skirts, heck, even a pair of overalls. The show was co-sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States, PETA and the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine.
To see more images from the Vaute Couture show, click here.
Suzanne Rae's clean and modern silhouettes are made in NYC's garment district from a combination of sustainable and conventional materials. This fall's collection included pieces influence by the "intricately designed and yet modest clothing of the missionary monks, priests, and nuns. Inspired by the silhouettes and linear geometry of their robes, Suzanne has designed a collection free from extravagance, minimalist in aesthetic, and humble by nature.” The designer's collaboration with knitwear designer Lindsay Degen, was a zero-waste endeavor.
To see more Suzanne Rae fashion show images, click here.
Neodandi House of Couture upcycled all sorts of clothes, from coats to T-shirts to create one-of-a-kind looks for the fall 2013 collection. Designer NiiLartney De Osu said, "I’m continually recreating and recreating because that’s what creation is: transformation.”
To see more pictures of the Neodandi show, click here (Images by Juliette Donatelli for Eco-Chick.com).
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