|The panel (l to r) Jill Fehrenbacher, Summer Rayne Oakes, Kate Sekules, Clodagh, Eviana Hartman and Anne Keane|
Some of the topics discussed were the importance of eco fashion and how to incorporate green into your wardrobe. For the latter Keane suggested visiting this website for eco friendly fashion while Clodagh advised to read the labels of the garments and to know where your clothes are coming from.
Clodagh stressed that eco fashion can be sexy. Just because a garment is eco friendly doesn't mean it has to be shapeless and unflattering and made out of itchy and uncomfortable material. "They're not just granola clothes," said Sekules.
The panel discussion definitely put a fresh spin on eco fashion. I may have to include some sustainable apparel into my wardrobe for Spring. Will you?
|Looks from eco fashion label hessnatur|
|Eviana Hartman (left) in dress by hessnatur|
|The crowd of eco friendly fashionistas|
|More looks from hessnatur|