Friday, April 10, 2009
Not sure your ready to jump on the Eco Fashion bandwagon? Check out this article on Why Eco Fashion is so hot.
Whats is Eco Fashion you ask? Well, the Sustainable Technology Education Project which is a non-profit organization that "aims to increase people's awareness of sustainable technology, enabling them to recognize the economic, environmental and social impacts of their own technology choices." has an opinion. They say that Eco-Fashions are clothing that " that take into account the environment, the health of consumers and the working conditions of people in the fashion industry.” . Great definition.
Here are some of the key Eco-Fashion pieces from Salts Organic Clothing this Spring 2009. These items will be available in stores across Canada and the US in May 2009. For a listin of stores where Salts is available please go to the Salts Clothing website. You can also buy Salts online on
From top to bottom we have, the Tough Cookies Jacket in hemp/ organic cotton fleece, next is the Laughter skirt which plays double duty as a dress. The little tank here is the Crossback tank in hemp organic cotton jersey or bamboo organic cotton jersey fabrics. On the bottom the model wears the Kicks Yoga Track Pant in Certified organic cotton. Last but not least is the Dandylion tube in black and the Leaf Skirt in Crimson red. Both items are currently available on Etsy.com. The skirt again can be work as a great tube tunic style top.
Stay tunes to the Salts blog for more updates on Spring 2009 trends and
eco fashion trends. Next article will be on our killer bamboo rayon organic cotton dress. Yum.
Friday, April 3, 2009
Adam DeWolfe love the ocean and Adam DeWolfe's camera loves you. Check out his great collection of photos and photo art prints at his Website. His photos are taken down the coasts of Mexico and Canada. Adam specializes in Surf Photography getting right into the waves to make you look like a star.
Adam spends his summers reforesting BC and Alberta with tiny little trees. They he snoozes the days away in Mexico for the winter. He discribes his love for photography with great passion which clearly shows in his killer photos.
"The ocean is so unpredictable; set waves crashing relentlessly, harsh currents and obstacles, trying to stay in position while focusing on framing and composition is a true challenge.
It is the rewarding feeling of looking at a great sequence of photos that gives me the inspiration to keep going back in the water for more."
Stay tuned for the Adam DeWolfe Photography Show at Salts Clothing this Summer. Right now there are cards available at the Salts Shop if you would like to see Adam's work in person.