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Thursday, April 08, 2010

Cha Cha Dress Was $90.00 Now $63

Deirdre O'Boyle and Stacy Rodgers are San Francisco based designers that like to work hard and play hard, which is why they create clothing for "kicking up dirt, and kicking up your heels." They launched their line in the kitchen with a handmade screen printing press, and have since grown into She-Bible. Recently the duo started adding organics to their line, and we couldn't be more thrilled.

White and Ruffled Dress Was $120.00 Now $48

Kelly Barry's primary goal is to create fashionable clothing, but her environmental and social consciousness is a key element in her life - thus the creation of her eco-fashion pieces, featuring bold, bright colors and flattering silhouettes. Says Kelly, "Clothing is a form of art that everyone can relate too. Everybody wears it. It's a platform to get everything that is important to me out there."

Lillith Mini Trench Was $238.00 Now $119

Raw Earth & Wild Sky is a sustainable style company founded by Karen Kananen and Samantha Robinson. Their love for fashion, concern for the planet, and the birth of their daughters were the driving force behind starting an environmentally conscious company. The line focuses on beautifully relaxed pieces with a well-crafted broken in look. Raw Earth & Wild Sky is committed to hand-making the entire line in Los Angeles, California.

Clover Purse Was $105.00 Now $73.50

The Stewart + Brown team believes in optimizing their designs to attain the highest standard of quality and functional style, while extracting the bare minimum from the earth's resources. They apply the wisdom of sustainability by creating their line with earth friendly materials like organic cotton, hemp, and factory surplus fabrics.

This Summer Dress Was $198.00 Now $79.20

Rebe is designed by a creative mother-daughter team. Debra, the mom, received her degree in textile design from UC Davis, and then spent two decades raising three daughters on her own. When her daughter, Hillery, blossomed into an artist and designer, the two followed their dreams and went into business together. With each season, the pair incorporates more sustainable fabrics into their collection.
Distressing Delilah a.k.a. jenn said...

You had me at the cha cha dress!!! Nice!

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