It has been another fabulous season for ethical fashion and all of us green bloggers are delighted to see the ethical designers' collections going from strength to strength. From New York to London to Paris there have been some truly desirable fashion forward pieces for Autumn Winter 2010. Emma Grady did an amazing job of covering New York Fashion Week, I was here for the London Estethica show and we're so pleased our friend Jasmin Malik Chua captured the extraordinary Chanel show in Paris this week over at Ecouterre - let's take a look at that imported iceberg! Ecouterre: Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld Unsure About Global Warming, Prepares for Ice Age by Jasmin Malik Chua
"A political statement about climate change was the last thing on Karl Lagerfeld's mind when he trotted Chanel's Fall/Winter 2010 collection in front of a giant, 265-ton glacier in Paris on Tuesday. (He counts the Ice Hotel in Sweden, not drowning polar bears, as his inspiration.) But can an iceberg be just an iceberg in these post-COP15 times?"
Guardian: The best of Estethica at London Fashion Week by Kate Carter
"Reclaimed lace, recycled silver, reused fire hoses ... London's ethical fashion showcase is always inventive, stylish and original, and this season is no exception, reports Kate Carter"
Green My Style: London Fashion Week Estethica highlights - Beautiful Soul by Mandy Barder
"Beautiful Soul may only be a youngster on the ethical and mainstream fashion circuit, but judging by its latest collection it looks set to make some well deserved headlines. It has rapidly developed into a smart, off-beat and elegant brand..."
Nylon: First Look - Ada Zanditon by Faran Krentcil
"At first glance, Ada Zanditon's resume is pretty impressive: She's got a degree from London College of Fashion, she's logged internship hours with Alexander McQueen and Jonathan Saunders, she landed her first job at Gareth Pugh, and she created Patrick Wolf's costumes for his British tour."
Vogue: Green Carpet Challenge - Oscars by Livia Firth
"It is such a fun night, once the initial nerves are out of the way. We go off to the Vanity Fair party where P Diddy kisses my hand. Carey Mulligan - who looks so beautiful in Prada, I think - loves my dress, as did Julianne Moore. Nobody can believe it is made from waste."