No doubt you've been hearing about eco-friendly fashion lately. H&M pushed its new collection hard (with good reason) and high fashion labels like Edun, Organic by John Patrick and Stella McCartney make it a point to stay fair trade and animal friendly. Forget the idea that eco-fashion means hemp and raw-edged cotton. There are so many options you'll wonder why more of your wardrobe isn't repping ethical style. From handmade jewelry by local artisans to grass-fed, pesticide-free merino wool, prepare to be impressed; right on time for Earth Day, too.
A contributing writer to theFashionSpot, Marisa has penned articles and features in over a dozen online and print publications. She's worked as fashion critic and creative director for papierdoll.com, been the managing editor for Caribbean-based Ocean Style Magazine, and worked with Set Magazine, a luxury lifestyle magazine based in Zurich, as a contributing editor. She splits her time between New York, Los Angeles and her hometown as a freelance fashion and cultural copywriter, editor and journalist. You can find out more at her site marisaswanson.com and follow her on Twitter @mraswan.
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