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 "Giota Kai of Relogyyy produces one-of-a-kind pieces from dead  stock fabrics, vintage finds, and colorful fashion remnants – including  trims, tassels, and cast-off bits. This cool veteran of the fashion  industry is putting a new spin on textile waste by highlighting and  illustrating fashion’s more whimsical and arty nature.” - ecco*eco.com

"Giota Kai of Relogyyy produces one-of-a-kind pieces from dead stock fabrics, vintage finds, and colorful fashion remnants – including trims, tassels, and cast-off bits. This cool veteran of the fashion industry is putting a new spin on textile waste by highlighting and illustrating fashion’s more whimsical and arty nature.” - ecco*eco.com


levantnaturesfashion:

A sneak peak at one of my favourites from the Pure Pod Collection.

Pure Pod’s - ‘High Tea’ - 50’s revival frock made in natural linen and cotton with a coconut belt buckle. Available in black and red. Dress her up or down!

(Reblogged from levantnaturesfashion)

I love these 40s inspired dresses!

People Tree, the fairtrade pioneer,  has partnered with ‘the Queen of Prints’ Orla Kiely to offer these ethical versions, on trend. On the left: the Orla Kiely Prom Dress, sleeveless prom dress with gathered skirt and bow. £85.00. On the right:  the Orla Kiely Tea Dress, a button-through lined tea dress with a high neck, short sleeves and tie belt. £95.00. Both made in 100% organic Fairtrade certified cotton.” - magnifico.com

couturecourier:

1950’s Fred Perlberg Chiffon Prom dress. Cute! (by my_vintage_studio)

couturecourier:

1950’s Fred Perlberg Chiffon Prom dress. Cute! (by my_vintage_studio)

(Reblogged from couturecourier)

1960 Celanese - Anne Gunning

I want this dress!

(Reblogged from demiilauren)

hehehe good old fashion fun

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"Fresh off its capsule collection for Tesco, British eco-fashion label Goodone is launching its own diffusion label. The new "Basics" collection offers ethical shoppers an affordable way to own a piece of the Estethica veteran’s gorgeous color-block designs, which are handmade in London from reclaimed, deadstock, and end-of-roll fabrics.” 

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(Reblogged from pzntlab)