Green is the New Black

Treehugger often covers ethical "green" clothing and point to a Financial Times article that covers many of the ethical labels out there. Its not just about organics, either- people are concerned not just about ways of curbing child labour or environmental damage, but ways of tackling sustainable development, ethical commerce, environmental performance and aesthetic innovation.

Ethical Fashion shows are taking off in Paris and London and people are buying it- In the UK alone the business is worth £24.7bn a year

"People don't just want to look good in their clothes, they want to feel good in their clothes," says Ali Hewson.(Bono's partner in Edun) ::Financial Times via ::PSFK (thanks, Piers!)by [LA]

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