Southern Eco Fashion Pops Up in New York City (Photos)


Fashionable Notes bags with green messaging, "Fashion Secrets of the South" pop up in New York City. Photo: Emma Grady

In New York City this week, it's all about Southern fashion, accessories, and beauty. TreeHugger was on the scene at "Fashion Secrets of the South," an eco-fashion pop up shop in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City to get the scoop, from classic handmade hats by Suzseams Millinary to Kathleen Plate's stunning glass bottle jewelry. Take a look--the secret's out.


Suzseams hats. Photo: Emma Grady

Photo: Suzseams

Photo: Suzseams
Suzseams Millinary crafts timeless designs made using antique buttons, laces, and handwoven straw.


Photos: Mark Edge
Mark Edge's Eco Vintage collection masters the art of mixing unlikely materials. The handmade jewelry collection is made with vintage materials, including reclaimed metal, wood, and old stock chains, and vintage crystals.


Mickey Lynn jewelry. Photo: Emma Grady
Mickey Lynn jewelry works with recycled silver to craft statement-making accessories.


Photo: MelanSol

Just in time for summer, MelanSol sun care products protect against harmful UV rays.


Photo: Emma Grady

Photo: Emma Grady

Under the label Smart Glass Art, Kathleen Plate turns glass bottles into stunning jewelry and art installation.

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