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Thanks to Nancy Ngo of Pioneer press for sharing this (twitter.com/nancyngotc). Twin Cities businesses (“Stephanie’s” and “For Tonight” )provide opportunity to rent a dress. This is a practical and economic way to approach sustainability. I say economic as you are not spending an arm and a leg, and, practical because most of the times we do not want to repeat a special occasion dress.
November 8, 2013 at Express Yourself Clothing, St. Paul, MN
Look at what designers are working on:
Workshops on sustainability in cotton supply chain funded by Cotton Incorporated, June3-6, 2013 http://www.cottoninc.com/
Mother, daughter create prom dress of maps, Dr. Seuss books | BrainerdDispatch.com | Brainerd, Minnesota
Mother, daughter create prom dress of maps, Dr. Seuss books | BrainerdDispatch.com | Brainerd, Minnesota. It is creative re-purposing of materials. It reminded me of St. Kate’s Apparel Design students and Terracycle collaboration.
Nicole Crosbie suggests top 6 local boutiques: Cliche, Primp, Karma, Design Collective, Grethen House, June.