Ears of Buddha Addresses Fashion Waste Crisis with a New Repurposed Collection

Ears of Buddha, an independent fashion brand based in Houston, recently launched its new one of a kind capsule collection of repurposed garments proving sustainable fashion can also be chic. Ears of Buddha is now addressing the industry-wide issue of overstocking by launching a capsule collection of repurposed garments. Ears of Buddha, founded by Franny and John Koelsch and represented by DREEMS NYC​, has had sustainability at its core since inception. Local production, small quantities, transparent and short supply chains, and mindfully sourced fabrics all come together to ensure a minor ecological footprint.

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Sustainable Fashion Week 2020 Announces September Event Dates

Today, Sustainable Fashion Week (SFW2020) announced that the 2020 event will take place from September 11th to September 16th at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. SFW2020 is a six-day event showcasing sustainable fashion exhibits, giving visuals on what is sustainable fashion and why it’s the future of fashion. SFW2020 will include immersive online experiences and global viewing for a week of runway shows, panel discussions, documentary features, and instructional workshops.

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Recycled Karma Brands Launches The Green Label, a Sustainable Fashion

Recycled Karma Brands, LLC, a Los Angeles based premium apparel fashion company, has just announced the launch of The Green Label Collection for the Fall. The new collection by Recycled Karma Brands consists of eco-friendly sustainable fashion making environmentally conscious clothing the fashionable choice. The Green Label collection gives plastic a second life and reduces the carbon footprint with each purchase. Each shirt produced reuses the fibers from five single-use plastic bottles, five water bottles = one t-shirt. And, the sustainability extends into every aspect of the production and packaging of the line from the garment, printing, hangtag and even a biodegradable poly bag.  

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