Pendleton, the Oregon-based heritage brand known for their home-grown-and-spun woolen goods has launched its second Portland Collection, a made-in-the-U.S. batch of youthful, on-trend looks that maintain the brand’s rugged practicality. The clothes are gorgeous, the materials and quality are impeccable, the price point is reasonable, and what’s extra amazing is both the fabric and the final garment are produced in the United States. Check out the line at ShopAdorn.com. (At left: Warm Springs Knit Dress, $258)
Please let your friends & family in Portland know about this event! More info.
What’s the true price of your wardrobe?
With all the fashion books out there to choose from, it’s hard to see a front runner you should spend your time with. Enter Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth Cline. While Cline has been equated to “the Michael Pollan of fashion,” we put her on the platform of pioneer.
From fashion victim to educated consumer, Cline takes us on a retail journey the likes of which we’ll never walk the same again. We caught up with her recently to see what she had to say about the state of the fashion industry. Here’s what she had to say.
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Visual history of every Oscar dress since 1929 nicely shows when designer obsession started in the 1990s: http://t.co/NSJ77ZhaNX
At Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto today signing books until 1PM and shopping 18 fab Canadian ethical designers.
Hey Toronto fans, see you at the Fashion Takes Action Expo tomorrow! http://t.co/pKG8NVdztU
15 Change Makers in Ethical Fashion: http://t.co/a63eQj9CYQ