EcoFashion 2020


Why EcoFashion? There is an overabundance of clothes and textiles in the world today. The fashion industry uses enormous amounts of water, energy, green space and chemicals. Whatever we can do to reduce the burden on our planet, the better it will be for #PeoplePlanetProgress. Meet Our Designers:

Aiste Zitnikaite

Designer

Aiste created the line, Devinto, an eco and ethically-minded slow fashion brand with a darker vintage feel.

Read More

Angie Brutus

Designer

Pavilion by Angie is the creative outlet that Angie has established for her designs, workshops and services.

Read More

Consuelo Perez

Designer

Consuelo's motto is Trash to Treasure. She is a treasure as are her designs!

Read More

Keisha Greaves

Designer

Keisha Greaves started a line called Girls Chronically Rock to make accessible comfortable sustainable clothing.

Read More

Mela Miles

Designer

Designer, entrepreneur and environmentalist, Mela has a nack for bringing beauty back to forgotten garments.

Read More

Nathalia JMag

Designer

Nathalia JMag is a Colombian-American contemporary fashion designer who believes in sustainable and ethical approaches to fashion.

Read More

Nillton Rodrigues

Designer

From Brazil, Nillton Rodrigues inserts the element of surprise in his designs, playfully yet skillfully recycling all sorts of found objects.

Read More

Queen Allotey-Pappoe

Designer

Queen Adeline's Collection hosts wearable art inspired by the joy of living and celebrating the rich pattern and color of African textiles.

Read More

Reginald Merome

Designer

Chevalier Homme is the brand developed by Reginald.

Read More