New York Fashion Week
Every spring and fall, the well-heeled crowd hits New York for one of the largest and most prestigious fashion events of the industry, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. And the good news is sustainable fashion offerings are on the rise, both on and off the runway.
From innovative recycled materials saved from landfill to organic cotton produced without the chemicals or environmental pollution to production that also benefits workers in struggling countries, big-name designers are venturing into new realms to create beautiful and socially conscious clothing.
Our writers are hot on the scene, delivering exclusive coverage on the best green fashion of the season.
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New York Fashion Week: Christopher Raeburn Nails Reconstruction in Victorinox Collaboration (Slideshow)
Christopher Ræburn's collaboration with Victorinox--maker of the original Swiss Army knife--is up next in our on-site coverage of New York Fashion Week.
Mod eco-conscious label Bodkin delivers well-made--and slightly unusual--classics, from a jersey wool dress with spikes to a boiled wool jacket.
The 2011 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation winner is Study NY by Tara St. James, who schools us in zero-waste pattern making.
Today we bring you Suzanne Rae, who describes her collection as "Victorian gone grunge--the Gibson girl re-fractured through the prism of the 90s."
The Organic by John Patrick fall 2011 collection includes hand-knit wool sweaters and printed textiles.
Before New York City is in a frenzy over Fall 2011 collections at Fashion Week next month, we're taking a fresh look at local Brooklyn designer JoAnn Berman's Pre-Fall 2011 collection, the "Real Housewives of Bushwick."