New York City Kicks Off Unique Clothing Recycling Program

July 8, 2010 / No Comments

Post September 2010 if you are out in New York City, chances are that you would be contributing to initiatives aimed at turning the globe green. During the month, New York City will be throwing open one of the largest textile-recycling initiatives in the US. It has been pointed out that more than 1,90,000 tons of textiles had ...

Sprinkle Dress: Go Insane Watering the Dress You Wear

January 27, 2010 / No Comments

Sprinkle Dress has to be somewhere near the top of the Insane Eco Fashion mountain, a look at it, and you know why. Many innovative designers have added living plants to clothing accessories, or jewelry. Designer Linda Schailon, though went an extra mile to create a dress that is more about living plants than about the dress itself.

Austrian Designer Proposes Sustainable Fabric Made From Body’s Bacteria

October 30, 2009 / 2 Comments

Austrian designer Sonja Baumel has a proposal that is interesting and appalling at the same time. The designer is at work on a project called “(In)visible Membranes: Life on the Human Body and Its Design Applications.” As the name of the project suggests, the Life on the Human Body is a reference to the invisible skin bacteria on our skins, ...

Winterize Your Bike Ride in Four Easy Steps

November 20, 2008 / No Comments

No matter what people tell you, one of the best ways to go green is by cycling around the neighborhood whenever possible instead of using your car for every short ride. If you happen to be a fitness freak, then you will also find this as a great way to keep fit and enjoy your ride as you go along. But ...