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Linda Loudermilk Adds Organic Denim Line Next Spring

Posted by on Jul 7, 2006 in fashion | 6 comments

Linda Loudermilk Adds Organic Denim Line Next Spring

SSF has been a big fan of Linda Loudermilk for a long time; from her innovative use of sustainable fabrics, to her beautiful clothing that’s caught the eye of Hollywood’s A-list, it doesn’t get much better than her beautiful work when it comes to sustainable couture (she was even nominated for an OSSA Award this year). So we’re excited to hear that she’ll be adding denim to her repertoire for her Spring 2007 Collection. Via fiftyRX3:

Loudermilk uses a corn-based fiber called Ingeo from Italy and sasawashi, a Japanese leaf that has antibacterial properties, in addition to bamboo and organic cotton blended with 1 percent spandex. Treatments, too, were developed to be environmentally sustainable. The washhouse recycles its water; sandblasting is done by hand, and washing machines use ozone to oxidize jeans for a sun-baked look.

Sounds pretty good; we’ll look forward to seeing them go from the runway to the streets next year. [Linda Loudermilk] via [fiftyRX3]

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