Posts Tagged ‘organic’


Heat pressed bags

By admin on June 27th, 2008

Despite this amount of organic jeans available, there still isn’t much in the way of eco-friendly bags. If you’re looking to save the planet through your bag purchases, you’ll be interested in these heat pressed bags by Gregor Timlin. The design came about because Timlin wanted to make a bag that was eco friendly and inexpensive to manufacture.

While the methods behind this bag are impressive, right now they’re the bag equivalent of those MBT shoes – practical but hideous. Unlike the MBT’s, it’s just a prototype, so there’s still time for the bag to change its look.


Loomstate jeans at New Dandyism

By admin on December 21st, 2007

The New Dandyism sale is worth checking out. Many items are 50% off, including these Loomstate jeans, which are only $69. In British money that’s like tuppence.

Loomstate design nice simple clothes with a nice and simple aim: to create demand for organic cotton. Since I blogged about organic cotton, I’m slowly becoming a bore obsessed. These look like a good fit – they’ve got a low rise and the legs are skinny without being too skinny. The shaping around the bum is very good and afterall, that’s the point of wearing jeans isn’t it? That and saving the world.
Get ‘em here.


Sandbag ethical tees

By ShinyMedia on May 1st, 2007

SandbagteesSandbag, the pop-fashion
company who made T-shirts for Radiohead and Supergrass, has now added
the 100% organic mark to their garments in a new retail range. Lanched
in 2006, their retail clothes were already ethically manufactured using
certified fair trade cotton, but the organic step makes things even

But enough eco-geeky details, consumers want to look ethically
fashionable, and here is a nice, albeit small, range of funky T-shirts.
With separate men’s and women’s collections they should do well, and I
hope they expand giving us even more choices to funk up our ethical
fashion. T-shirts from £15 from their online store.

For more ethical fashion visit Hippyshopper


Bamford and Sons organic range

By ShinyMedia on April 27th, 2007

Over at Hippyshopper yesterday they were marvelling at Bamford and Sons organic range. The reange is made from 100% organic cotton, which is made into muslin shirts, jeans, jackets and t-shirts. They also have a range of ecologically produced leather goods made without chemicals, and tanned using vegetable dyes. Choose from a range of wallets, belts, bags and sandals. Their main range isn’t organic but features the same classic looks with slightly sharper tailoring.

Visit Hippyshopper for more ethical news and shopping

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