NEW YORK — This New York Fashion Week runway show is going green, dubbed as “Sustainable Fashion Day.” This eco-fashion day showcase collections that provide alternative choices for consumers that sustains life on planet Earth.
Planet Fashion founder Celia Evans believes it’s everyone’s social responsibility to be conscious of fashion’s impact on the environment.
Fil-Am designer for the stars, Oliver Tolentino, wowed fashionistas with his eco-friendly couture made of pineapple or pina fibers.
New York fashionistas say Tolentino’s collection is all about wearing the season’s top trends without the guilty conscience.
Supporters of eco-sustainable fashion believe that their wardrobe choice is not just a means of activism — it’s a better choice for all, and for the planet.