Posts Tagged: zero waste

Featured Item – Titania Inglis Totebag

This slouchy leather tote bag is made from vegetable tanned Italian lambskin, and features Inglis’s signature hand crinkled finish.

Featured Collection – Amour Vert for Valentine’s Day

Just fell in love with these gorgeous Amour Vert Valentine’s ready dresses and separates in scrumptious fucshia, blood red and brilliant scarlet.


Myrrhia is a contemporary women’s knitwear brand based in Oakland, California, working with locally grown and spun yarns.

Amour Vert

Amour Vert are a women’s contemporary eco brand, who believe you shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for sustainability. With a fashion first perspective, the brand employs a zero waste design philosophy, while using organic and sustainable fabrics with low impact dyes.

Featured Item – Amour Vert

Contemporary eco brand Amour Vert’s new holiday arrivals include this great casual two piece.

Source Intelligence

SOURCE Intelligence Editor-In-Chief, Sarah Ditty, sits down with Sass Brown to pick her brain about what ways designers are using waste materials and the future of upcycling fashion.


Founded by Charini Suriyage, Charini is a Sri Lankan company that specializes in luxurious and ethical lingerie.


The Kotoba collection is produced using Shima Seiki’s whole garment knitting technology, eliminating waste through knitting the entire garment in one process.

From Somewhere

From Somewhere patiently reclaims fabrics collected from cutting room floors and the fashion industry’s trash cans.

Daniel Silverstein

As the name suggest, the founders of 100%, Daniel Silverstein and Marge Bacon, are one hundred percent committed to creating extraordinary garments, with every piece in the collection cut from one hundred percent organic supine cotton.

Titania Inglis

Working with organic cotton woven in the legendary denim mills of Japan, Titania Inglis crafts a minimal, effortless, cutting edge collection for the modern woman. Her garments are produced in New York’s garment district, with a focus on minimizing waste.


Tara St James is the owner and designer of New York-based clothing label Study, a conceptual collection produced primarily in New York City, with a percentage sourced from Indian artisans, creating hand-woven textiles.