The University of Washington was the host for this truly one of a kind fashion show. A lot of the clothes modeled were ‘GREEN’/Environmentally friendly. The Student Union Building was packed with eager and excited fashion forward guests awaiting to view the garments that were going to walkout on the runway. Located in the Ballroom, the booming music could be heard from all the way downstairs. One of the featured designers who showcased their designs was Green Embassy.
Green Embassy, Australia’s first internationally recognized organic fashion label. Zuhal Kuvan-Mills is the artist, designer and earth ambassador for Green Embassy. Extreme kudos to the UW for having such a well recognized designer headline their show.
So what does it mean to have environmentally helpful clothing? Using 100% certified organic Australian alpaca, merino, silk and recycled natural fibres, Zuhal’s handmade collections are earthy yet sublime, authentic yet edgy. This is something to take note of. Changing how we see fashion entirely and challenging our thought process of wearable beauty.
With a rare commitment to zero-waste production and natural handmade materials, the Turkish-born creative director, artist and designer has created a collectable artisan haute-couture label with higher meaning. In essence, her wearable pieces of art are individual prayers for sustainability on earth.
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