Spring/Summer 2010 Preview: FIN

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FIN's neutral tones and sexy silhouettes for Spring/Summer 2010. Credit: FIN
Sustainable fashion brand FIN from Norway first made TreeHugger news with their "wild" hand-spun silk, click through for their sexy organic cotton, bamboo, fair trade, and carbon neutral creations for Spring 2010.

FIN Spring/Summer 2010. Credit: FIN

Sustainable Fabrics

FIN's sustainable materials include organic cotton; organic bamboo, certified by Ecotex, and grown without chemical pesticides or fertilizers; non-violent silk that is grown in the wild-- silk moth grows past the pupae stage into a free flying moth--and is hand spun by artisans, and milk fabrics--new this season--are produced from milk proteins not intended for food.


FIN Spring/Summer 2010. Credit: FIN

Fair Trade, Carbon Neutral

The brand considers social conditions and all suppliers follow Fair Trade practices. Based on the level of CO2 emissions in the production of garments, FIN buys climate credits from Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), and funds are invested in renewable energy projects in the countries where their garments are produced.:: FIN
Update 11/2/09: FIN is no longer showing their Spring 2010 collection at Vancouver Fashion Week.

For more green fashion news, check out our feature:

Green Fashion Now

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