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Crop by David Peck's "Common Threads" collection. Photo: Jaime Leigh Collier of Casa de Camera Short for "Creative Opportunities," Crop by David Peck is a Houston, Texas-based ethical fashion line and if their successful debut says anything about their future, they're not going anywhere anytime soon. For summer 2011, Peck transforms photojournalist Jaime Collier's images of villages, children, and living conditions in Uganda into fashion. The result: gorgeous prints on fair trade and certified organic materials in form-flattering silhou...Read the full story on TreeHugger
All Photos: Shabd Simon-Alexander I've oohed and awed over Shabd Simon-Alexander's artful collection of tie-dye spring dresses, tops, bottoms, bikinis, tees, jersey pieces, men's ties, and much more, and now, here's your chance to scoop them up for 30% off with free shipping on orders of $100 and over. But wait, it gets even better. Read on: ...Read the full story on TreeHugger
All Photos: Lav & Kush Lav & Kush is set on designing clothes that are comfortable, functional, and that look good too. Based in Vancouver, Canada, the sustainable fashion label gives wearable basics a feminine twist. A ruffle lining the hood of a sweatshirt, a little black dress with edge, and more, hits--and misses--in their fall 2011 collection. Take a look: ...Read the full story on TreeHugger
Real Deal Brazil Craft Beer Cap Hats. Photo: Real Deal Brazil From Real Deal Brazil, the brand that brought us Woody Harrelson's recycled-tarp hat from the filmZombieland, comes their new Craft Beer Cap Hat Bands for those who take pride in their preferred choice of beer--and like to wear it on their hat. Take a look:...Read the full story on TreeHugger