Eco-fashion company Nau's now back with a fall fashion line -- and a bunch of still-hip eco-fashions from previous seasons.
Wed, Aug 26 2009 at 11:21 PM
’s one strange eco-ethical fashion company that opened a bunch of retail stores, closed them all up, then sold itself to Horny Toad and is now apparently back to focusing on selling fashions. A company focused on both cutting edge design and cutting edge sustainability, Nau’s now back with a brand new fall line that merges innovative style with eco-corporate transparency.
That said, I know all of you are going to complain about how expensive Nau’s fashions are.
Sustainabilty doesn't always come cheap -- Which is why I think frugal eco-fashionistas should check out Nau’s sale items — because Nau’s got some great fall-friendly eco-fashions for sale.
Men: Check out the jack a-t jacket
above. We’re talking basic but hip, good for any event design — made of 100% organic cotton and on sale for $92.
Women:The merino2 ls crew
is made out of a warm but light merino wool that’s Zque-certified — which, according to Nau, means “high standards for animal welfare, environmental health and social values.” That top’s on sale for $47.
Photo courtesy of Nau
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