"Bamboo Panda" by Tokyo Candies. Image via Wiloh.
An eco-fashion brand born in social media heaven. Not only did I find out about this new fashion label through Twitter -- thanks for the follow, Wiloh -- but that's exactly how the founders of green fashion label Wiloh met: New York-based Edward Cinelli met Sydney-based Angela Wozniakmet online through social networking and their mutual love for street style and eco-fashion compelled them to launch Wiloh. Their hip t-shirts -- each designed by an up-and-coming artist from around the globe, dyed with water-based inks, and made with bamboo fabric -- have a philanthropic twist, too. More:Like TOMS Shoes' One for One Campaign , for every limited-edition t-shirt sold, Wiloh donates a t-shirt to a child in need through their charity, called "Tee for Tee," and a collaboration with Kids In Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.).
"Nobody" by Puloverchito. Image via Wiloh.
"Melody D" by Puloverchito
"Tribal Queen" by Doeasembilanpro. Image via Wiloh.
"The Heist" by Tokyo Candies. Image via Wiloh.
All men's and women's t-shirts (most print available in both) retail for $38, are made out of a bamboo/cotton blend fabric, and are conveniently available online at Wiloh.