Tuesday, May 27, 2008
We are so delighted to announce a new line to Fashion Ethic - SPUN Clothing, created to allow women to change their closets from conventional clothing to natural fashions without having to compromise style.
Conceived by designer Sara Seumae, SPUN has the planet and style in mind. The line just launched with key pieces all created from 100% certified organic cotton and each dyed with low impact, fiber-reactive dyes for a minimal effect on the planet. SPUN is a member of 1% For the Planet, donating 1% of sales to this great group that supports environmental causes.
Each piece has been tested by your friends at Fashion Ethic for the best fit, flatter, and color, and we are excited to offer this affordable line of quality organic tops, including colors and styles that can only be found online here. Try SPUN today, and if you're like us, you'll have found a new favorite line that you'll look forward to watching grow in the future. Get SPUN.
SHOP the line from their shop page at Fashion Ethic HERE
SHOWN ABOVE: 3/4 Sleeve Top in Black Available NOW and Ribbed Tank available in mid-June
Monday, May 26, 2008
We just love being able to meet our customers in person, and a perfect opportunity to come out and shop Fashion Ethic is coming this Sunday, June 1st at the CRAVE Seattle Spring Sample Sale. (how's that for aliteration?)
Your favorite Spring styles will be available at deep discounts and most at wholesale prices. The doors open at 12 Noon and close at 4pm, so get there early. In true CRAVE style, the event also includes spa sampling, fashion shows, and great networking opportunities on top of the great shopping bargains. Don't miss it!
BUY your tickets now HERE Tickets are available for just $15 pre-sale at CRAVEparty.com and are $20 at the door.
WHERE The sale takes place at Fisher Pavilion smack dab in the middle of Seattle Center (south of the fountain, between the Center House food court and Key Arena). We recommend parking off Mercer or to the West of Key Arena.
Fashion Ethic is proud to be a selected vendor at Seattle Pacific University's "Gas Masks, Stilettos, and Designer Jeans" fashion show fundraiser this Saturday, May 31st. The event celebrates local design talent, features eco-friendly designers and shops (like yours truly; our favorite jewelry designer Julia Jacques for Entangles; and a new-new favorite line, Una), and will benefit Dress for Success Seattle and the Queen Anne Helpline. Festivities start at 6pm in the Upper Gwinn Hall at SPU. The cost is $20 for VIP front row seating (w/swag bag), $10 general admission, $9 for FGI members, and $7 for students with ID.
Get Directions Click HERE
LEARN MORE about Dress for Success Seattle Click
LEARN MORE about Queen Anne Helpline Click
Friday, May 23, 2008
Faithful readers recall that 10% of sales this month at FashionEthic.com have been pledged to Mercy Corps' emergency Myanmar relief fund. Here is an update we received today in regards to what they are working on. Common misperception is that no one can get into the country or do any good, but I think you'll agree that isn't the whole truth.
Myanmar Cyclone Response
Mercy Corps is supporting the UK-based medical aid agency Merlin (www.merlin.org.uk) to provide relief to cyclone survivors in Myanmar, as part of Merlin's emergency health care mission. We are providing Merlin with technical support — currently three of our most experienced relief workers are in Myanmar, with more on the way — and $500,000 worth of funding for clean water and sanitation, a rice seed distribution to farmers, an emergency economic-recovery project (cash-for-work), and medical supplies.
CLICK HERE for more information on Myanmar and Mercy Corps' response
Photo courtesy www.MercyCorps.org
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It's that time of year! Nearly everything is on sale at Fashion Ethic's first Spring and Summer Sale. And yes, 10% of sales still goes to Mercy Corps' emergency funds for Myanmar and China disaster relief! Great sustainable fashion at amazing prices with money going to do good? How could you resist! Shop early for best selection, as sizes are limited.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
I admit it's a little belated, but here is a link to the video interview Fashion Ethic founder Candice Caldwell did with MyCityChic.com. Filmed after the Fashion Ethic fashion show at Girl Power Hour's eco chic "Girl Goes Green" event in April. It's the second interview in, after Darnell and Samantha, the awesome Girl Power Hour founders. Enjoy!
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Dahlia, Lipstick, Hotpants...call it what you will, but the color of the moment is definitely a vibrant poppy. This reddish-orange/orangish-red is truly popping up everywhere, no pun intended. And if you have doubts as to it's lasting power...we've seen it in the Fall lines and on the Spring 09 runways and can attest that this is a color with legs!
Grab the garb now at Fashion Ethic...EDUN Athena Tank; Sustainable Collective Bardot Dress (2 left!!); EDUN Swept Away Tee; Lizzie Parker Trenchy Topper; EDUN Persephone Tunic/Mini
Friday, May 16, 2008
Daily Candy Seattle just featured our favorite designing duo, Adam and Nico from Peligrosa Knits. To read the piece, titled "We're In Knit Together" click HERE.
And to shop Fashion Ethic's selection of Peligrosa Spring and Summer pieces, click HERE. All are organic cotton or cashmere and use natural dyes.
Monday, May 12, 2008
A quick look at our photo shoot this past weekend - you know this means more fantastic Fashionably Responsible styles will be hitting the Shop next week!
Huge thanks to Devon Poer Fashion Productions, photographer Chris Hatch, models Bailey and Megan, MUA Christine, and Kelly for assisting. Photo by Devon Poer.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
We are proud to announce that Fashion Ethic will be donating 10% of this month’s sales to Mercy Corps’ Emergency Fund for Myanmar cyclone relief. You have seen the photos and heard the stories, now you can make a difference simply by shopping at Fashion Ethic.
Mercy Corps is one of the world’s most respected relief agencies, recognized for their fiscal efficiency and emergency response following disasters like the Indonesian tsunami in 2005. The organization was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 and is a proud recipient of the 2008 Fast Company/Monitor Group Social Capitalist Award.
To learn more, including the latest from Mercy Corps' staff in Myanmar, or to make an additional donation to Mercy Corps’ fund, please click http://www.mercycorps.org/myanmarcyclone/.
To shop Fashion Ethic, including brand new Spring arrivals, click HERE.
Friday, May 9, 2008
Announcing Our First 50/50 Promotion – benefitting the fight against AIDS
As you probably know, EDUN is a line founded by Ali Hewson, Rogan Gregory, and U2’s Bono. They built their company on the premise of respect – for all people involved in making, growing, and wearing their clothes. In celebration of Bono’s birthday on May 10, all EDUN T-shirts and tanks are on our special “50/50” Promotion.
A 50/50 promotion is a win-win situation: just buy an EDUN tee or tank to receive $10 off your order and Fashion Ethic will donate an additional $10 to a non-profit working to fight AIDS in Africa and around the world. To shop the current season’s EDUN tees and receive $10 off, click here and use code EDUNTEE at checkout. Hurry! 50/50 Offer good through the end of May or while supplies last.