31 Jan '14, 11pm

Australian #sustainablefashion! @Corr_Blimey Creates Low-Waste Clothing, Designed to be Repurposed

Canberra, Australia is a city fortunate to claim designers Lousia de Smet and Steven Wright as its own. As the founders of Corr Blimey , the duo have been electrifying the fashion scene in the area since 2001. Their collections of sustainable couture feature dramatic silhouettes that can almost literally stand on their own. Corr Blimey emphasizes a process that focuses on the environmental sensitivity of each piece from its initial sketch to final walk down the runway. For Corr Blimey, environmental and social responsibility are far more than buzzwords. The Louisa de Smet and Steven Wright have been designing with this ethos for over a decade and remain as major forces behind industry events such as FASHFEST in Australia. In addition be being the co-founder of the label, Wright also lectures at the Canberra Institute of Technology , and is the fashion director at Haus Mode...

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/corr-blimey-creates-low-waste-cl...

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