The fashion looks for spring 2014 are all about a fine blend between femininity and edginess. Although you want to be at the forefront of fashion, you don’t always have to purchase new clothing items.
The Ekocycle Cube 3D printer from 3D Systems uses filament made in part from recycled PET bottles.
The idea of hagfish slime doesn’t sound very appealing or like something you’d want on your skin, but it could actually be a ground-breaking way to create greener clothing choices in the future.
Nike has recently unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed performance sports bag, but don’t count on owning one yourself. The sportswear giant only made three copies of the carryall, which it’s billing the world’s first three-dimensionally printed performance sports bag.
If you’re a shoeholic (guilty as charged), you’ll know how heart-breaking it is to suffer damage to your precious soles. But there are ways you can upcycle old shoes so that you do justice to their beauty while preventing waste. Here are some ideas.
The Next Black is a 45 minute documentary about the future of fashion.
BioCouture’s founder, Suzanne Lee, is a senior research fellow at the School of Fashion & Textiles at Central Saint Martins in London. Suzanne has created clothing by using a bathtub, some yeast, bacteria, green tea and sugar.
Model and eco fashion activist, Amber Valetta, talks about the possibility of humanity in fashion.
You need a hot outfit. You pull open your closet doors and within a few minutes cry out in despair, ‘I have nothing to wear!’ Sound familiar? It’s a common yet frustrating feeling that strikes every woman at least once in her lifetime. Creating a capsule wardrobe can help to prevent such stressful situations from happening.
Want to make sure you look like a million bucks this winter? Then read this quick guide about the latest Winter 2014 fashion trends from the catwalks all over the globe: