Beautiful eco-friendly fashion made from things like milk, coconut and cork

Zac Posen Cork handbag @ Bloomingdales

Food or Fashion?

There all all kinds of funny fibers being used these days in fashion.

Designer Anke Domaske of the label Mademoiselle Chi Chi,  a favorite of Mischa Barton and Ashlee Simpson, uses  a fiber called  QMilch made from spoiled Milk to create dresses like these:

dress made from milk fiberqmilch dress made from milk fiber

Just Cork it!

Leading online fashion site  Polyvore has a whole section of their site dedicated to helping you find hand bags made from Cork.

Fashion Handbags made from Cork courtesy of Polyvore

Fashion Handbags made from Cork


Coconuts on the beach

A few months ago I had the pleasure of enjoying a real coconut while sitting on the beach.  I can assure you I wasn´t thinking about putting it on my feet.

Our friends at Cocoze are doing just that. They are creating flip flops like these made from Coconut fiber:



This is what the fiber looks like.


Cocoze coconut fiber flip flops


This is what the fiber looks like.

coconut fiber

Coconut fiber. Picture courtesy of the Cocoze company website

So why do they use coconut fiber to make their flip-flops?  According to Cocoze there are 8 great reasons:

1) 100% Natural and biodegradable

2) Coconuts are Abundant and accessible

3) Salt water resistant

4) Anti-bacterial

5) Anti-fungal

6) Helps keep you feet cool in hot weather

7) It is a natural exfoliator

8) Durability



Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi Ecofashionconcept creates fashion for a healthy lifestyle. Inspired by the Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi, the company makes high-end, stylish, eco-friendly fashion using natural materials and artisan craftsmanship.

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