First off, don’t let the L.A. thing deter you: Frock Los Angeles has Bay Area ties through and through. Not only is it eco-minded in an oh-so-San Francisco way, it’s the debut label from U.C. Berkeley grad Victoria Tik and will be hitting the runway at the Charity Fashion Show coming up on April 2 at Fort Mason. But here’s what really drew us in:
Saturday’s Vegan Fashion Show, part of the 11th annual World Veg Festival in Golden Gate Park, proved style can send a message that’s about much more than how you look.
A box of fabric samples headed for the trash led San Francisco designer Elizabeth Brunner to found eco-friendly clothing company Piece x Piece, which sells women’s apparel made from textile scraps and remnants that would otherwise end up in landfills.
I came across FluffyCo not too long ago and I instantly fell in love with the products they sell, the originality of design and their approach to sustainable, ethical production.
Fresh from designer Jennifer Bennett, the Jendarling Limited Edition Vagabond Collection for spring features eco-friendly cotton twill and duck canvas garment bags, shoe bags, totes and cosmetic pouches with vegetable leather and vintage-inspired prints.