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Eco fashion fabrics - Korean fashion 2011 summer.

Eco Fashion Fabrics

eco fashion fabrics

    fashion fabrics
  • (Fashion fabric) is specifically a home sewing term. It’s used to only describe the fabric used for the outer portion of your garment, so you wouldn’t call lining fashion fabric.

  • (Fashion Fabric) The choice of the outer face, care must be taken in choosing a strong, breathable non stretch material that will also stand up to hard wear. Silks including dupioni, duchess satins, brocades, denims are just a few examples of suitable materials.

  • Umberto (1932–), Italian novelist and semiotician. Notable works: The Name of the Rose (1981) and Travels in Hyperreality (1986)

  • The name eco is a proposed top-level domain for the Domain Name System of the Internet. Its intended purpose is for Internet resources that address environmental or sustainability policy and related issues.

  • The Eco is the proposed name for the common currency that the West African Monetary Zone plans to introduce in the framework of ECOWAS. Originally the introduction of the currency was planned for December 1, 2009, however this date was revised to 2015.

  • ECO (Enterprise Core Objects), is a software framework suited for Domain-Driven-Design (DDD) from , designed to increase productivity by utilizing facilities such as Object-relational mapping (ORM) for persisting domain objects, UML models for domain classes and executable State Machines for

eco fashion fabrics - Sew Eco:

Sew Eco: Sewing Sustainable and Re-Used Materials

Sew Eco: Sewing Sustainable and Re-Used Materials

Sustainable materials projects have come a long way from scratchy hemp skirts and brown patchwork aprons and Sew Eco is a unique how-to book which guides a whole new generation of savvy crafters in making beautiful wardrobe and home furnishing creations from unusual eco-friendly recycled or vintage fabrics.

The book features a series of stylish projects with a focus on both how to source and use sustainable fabrics and teaches readers many different aspects of sewing.

Projects include amazing transformations such as making cushions, skirts, scarves, shawls and handbags from recycled shirts, old sweaters, vintage buttons, vintage lace, peace silk, organic fabrics and other materials, using leather applique and even "upcycling" an old suede skirt or hat into something truly creative and utterly fantastic.

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deli.wear - installation & tasting of edible 'fashion fabrics' made from vegetables, fruits and herbs

deli.wear - installation & tasting of edible 'fashion fabrics' made from vegetables, fruits and herbs

a conceptual installation + tasting of edible ‘fashion fabrics’ made from vegetables, fruits, and herbs
by de culinaire werkplaats, exhibited at the dutch design week 2010.

de culinaire werkplaats is a design studio and restaurant for contemporary and sustainable food & eating design at the intersection of eating & art, and based in amsterdam.

deli.wear is a conceptual exploration, which addresses
. our daily food and fashion habits;
. the plate of + for the future and
. the materials used in fashion.

the designer's couple Marjolein Wintjes and Eric Meursing of de culinaire werkplaats are specialized in the plate of the future, on which the meat and fish component will experience a less prominent position.

with their conceptual and applied food + eating designs this couple wants to inspire people to shake up their culinary lifestyle.

deli.wear, where food, fashion and sustainability meet at various levels:

•illustrates one of the designer couple’s claims:
food equals fashion, what you eat and what you wear reveals
who you are or want to be;

•is a call for more vegetables, and fruits on your daily plate;

•showcases the foodtrend of this very moment: think global, eat local;

•alludes the vulnerability of the ecosystem. every meal consists of choices which affect people, animals and environment, this can also be said about fashion;

•based on the cradle-to-cradle principle: the installation is edible; it is both food for thought and food for your body;

•refers indirectly to the aspect of temporality of design & fashion.

Pausa para foto nas gravaçőes do It MTV Elle Fashion Fabric

Pausa para foto nas gravaçőes do It MTV Elle Fashion Fabric

Carol Ribeiro e o expert de L'Oreal Paris Rodrigo Costa nas gravacoes do It MTV Elle Fashion Fabric com apoio de L'Oreal Paris.

eco fashion fabrics

eco fashion fabrics

Fabric Surgical Face Mask Washable Reusable for Protection Against Germs and Allergens --Adult Size Bright Pink Swirls with Black & White Polka Dot Ribbon

This fabric face mask is the first line of defense against airborne germs. A face mask protects the wearer from flying large droplets propelled into the air due to the coughing and sneezing of others within close contact which is a distance of ten feet. Wearing a face mask will help a person to stay healthy and worn by a sick person it will help to stop the spreading of germs. Reasons to wear a face mask: Chemotherapy Air Travel & Public Transportation (buses, subways, elevators) Allergens (dust, pollen, grass) Hospital and Doctors Visits, Workplace, Shopping, Schools & Sports Events,Cleaning, Changing Diapers, Caretaker, Nail Salon Technician, After Cosmetic Procedures

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