Saturday, September 29, 2007


Perhaps it's the charm of Covet's photography, but their collection feels both modern and retro at the same time. Their styling offers some trend pieces paired with timeless ones to make a complete wardrobe that will last more than one season. Covet's line features all natural fabrics including bamboo (sweater above, vest, boatneck top and polo bellow), linens (crop pants) and cottons.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Stewart & Brown Fall Collection

In this collection there is something for any dreamer and lover of adventure whether it be super soft pima pieces or trousers, trumpeted skirts and delicately detailed hand knits.

The collection also boasts wool-organic cotton outerwear that is perfect dressed up or down. Check out their collection, it's worth getting excited about. Stewart & Brown

Friday, September 21, 2007

Grace Trance

Grace Trance designs wonderful clothing for working girls. Her sensibility is elegant and sweet contrasted with a very organic textured fabric made of hemp. Made in San Francisco. Keep an eye out for her collections.
(photographs by me!)

Monday, September 17, 2007

NBC's Heros Goes Green

Ok, so I've been slacking off, a full week passed before doing a post. So to get back into the swing of things, I thought I'd show you guys a mainstream product that's not exactly eco-chic, but it's doing something for the environment.

Save the environment, save the world.

First the show is partnering with The Conservation Fund who's Go Zero program will plant 188 trees at the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge in East Texas that will neutralize the carbon footprint from the tour.

Second, they're selling 100% organic cotton and organic ink t-shirts made in the USA! Cool!

Third, 50% of the proceeds from the shirts will be donated to The Conservation Fund, the nation's top environmental nonprofit.

you can buy one here.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Jessica Scott Maternity

What a great idea, a piece that can be worn a few different ways, even after your pregnancy. Jesica Scott designs a lot of cute, flirty pieces made from Lyocell and Tencel.

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Skunk Funk

The first Skunk Funk shop in North America opened near my house in the Mission S.F. I was surprised to learn that many of their wares are sustainable, or at least blends! Soy, Viscose, Bamboo and some Organic Cotton. So I scooped up a cute top made of 95% viscose (the rest elastic) and I'll be checking back regularly. The designs are very modern with a euro-techno edge. I'm into the look (although the green is way too prevalent). I believe they're out of Spain and have 700 stores across the globe. This is one brand to keep a look out for!