We are no strangers to Popomomo's (short for post-postmodern movement) sustainable designs -- we have been covering Lizz Wasserman's L.A.-based label since Spring 2009 -- and we were delighted to sit front row for her New York Fashion Week debut at the GreenShows. Garments are made with sustainable fabrics -- hemp, organic cotton, tencel, bamboo -- and Wasserman has even launched Curatorial for spring '10, a line made entirely from vintage and deadstock fabrics. View her fall 2010 collection, "City of Quartz"; relaxed fit dresses, cardigans, and capes in steel grey and teal, after the jump. Popomomo Designer Lizz Wasserman, on her fall 2010 collection and on showing at the GreenShows during New York Fashion Week, below.
City of Quartz is cold, clear and beautiful. It's a literal idea about crystal and ice, both of which have strong unique shapes, like this collection, and also a reference to the Mike Davis book about Los Angeles. I started this line in Brooklyn in 2007, so this is a coming home of sorts for us, after showing during LA Fashion Week and operating in sunny Los Angeles.
Teal crystal cut tencel top and black glacier soy jersey skirt.
Black hemp/organic cotton vest, steel grey Satellite Ice Racer, Ice Caps Pockets skirt.
Steel grey tencel popova dress with oversized black hemp/organic cotton cardigan.
Steel Grey Seismic Shift dress in tencel
Teal sash dress with black tencel blend cape
All images/captions courtesy of Popomomo.
For more green fashion news, check out our feature:New York Fashion Week: Gary Harvey Eco Couture (Slideshow) Green Fashion Week Fall 2010: Vaute Couture New York Fashion Week: John Patrick Organic, Fall/Winter 2010