Sunday, January 24, 2010

EcoChic Couture Highlights Texture & Flow

Oliver Tolentino gown made from piña fiber and thread with capiz shell embellishments (photograph by Johann Sauty)

Leila Hafzi Nepalese silk chiffon gown dyed with azo-free Swiss dyes, accessorized with The Andean Collection's colorful tagua nut bracelets (photograph by Johann Sauty)

Jose Castro's 100% paper dress with digital vintage corset (photograph by Johann Sauty)

Thakoon's silk dress printed with natural dyes, accessorized with Wired's recycled scrap metal necklace (photograph by Johann Sauty)

Ziad Ghanem's ruby red dress made from MUMO UK/sustainable silk (photograph by Johann Sauty)

*Note: All EcoChic Geneva invited couture designers were asked to create one-of-a-kind pieces out of white, cream, red or black hued sustainable fabrics, hence the subtle palette range above.

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