We all know for a fact that most companies have been advised to go eco-friendly. Using the alternative resources such as soybeans, corn, bamboo and silk, fashion can still be the same. Actually it will all boil down to how they conceptualize and create the trendy fashion wear, something that is the main purpose of capturing the attention of most fashionistas in the world today.
But did you know that there was already a fashion designer doing this even before the whole global warming thing erupted? Japanese designer Oka Masako was making eco-friendly fashion using soybeans, corn, bamboo and silk long before it was the newest thing on this fall’s runways.
Now how is that for originality? At least her primary investment is now paying off. She doesn’t have to adjust that much as far as raw materials are concerned.
(Source) The Hour