Congratulations to Jennifer Lynn, designer of Linden, specializing in sustainable fashion. Not only is this line made of ethical and Eco friendly practice but had the most unique presentation at the Los Angeles Fashion Council Fashion Week [LAFCFW] F/W 2015 event.
The Linden collection is EDGE’s #1 pick for LA Fashion Week for meeting the criteria of innovation in sustainable design and materials, culturally relevant and meaningful in it’s practice.
Linden designer Jennifer Lynn gained her inspiration from working at the L.A. Ballet in the costume shop. Working with costumes on a daily basis, she was inspired by the evolving process costumes go to be stage-ready, some things have to be completed in an
unconventional way. The designs in her collection were created using a similar approach. The presentation style was unconventional as well, having two models that never leave the space, changing outfits in front of spectators, which was inspired by the theatrical quick changes she has been apart of through the L.A. Ballet.
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Paper presented at the Tenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability at Croatia in January 2014.
Suzy Amis Cameron, founder of Red Carpet Green Dress, opens this year’s campaign by inviting designers to enter the competition for a chance to see their design worn on the red carpet at the 87th Annual Academy Awards® on Sunday, February 22, 2015.
E D G E supports fashion with sustainable business practices.
Olga Kurylenko and Kellan Lutz [above] show sustainable fashion can be glamorous.
EDGE designers more on the Red Carpet Green Dress Contest.