Fair Trade Fashions from Indigenous|
Santa Rosa, CA, February 14, 2007 - Indigenous, a pioneer in the organic and fair trade apparel industry, is offering five new collections for spring 2007 feature 100% organic cotton blends. Handmade by artisans, this spring’s unique and comfortable pieces are ideal for everyone.
Indigenous’ conscious collections feature hand-knit, fashion-forward details that are sure to make any wardrobe complete. Dedicated to using only low-impact dyes, Indigenous further proves that organic apparel can be enlivening, with an assortment of energizing colors.
Perfect for spring’s fresh days, collections include the following standout fashions for women:
The Woven Traveler collection also a boasts a variety of apparel for men and children, including the Men’s Organic Cotton Short Sleeve Havana Shirt – a relaxed fit button-down accented with muted vertical stripes for vintage appeal, in sizes M-XL – as well as a selection of playful overalls and dresses for children sizes 1-4.
- Post Cards: This breezy, light-packing collection includes pieces such as the 100% Organic Cotton Turning Leaf Pullover – a slim, whisper-thin, hand-linked top with slightly fluted sleeves and a versatile flap at the neckline that can be worn opened or closed (pictured above in Waterfall)
- St. Tropez: Offering effortless style, St. Tropez features carefree favorites like the everyday Silk and Organic Cotton Intimate Blend Stinson Stripe Scoop Neck
- La Femme: Chic and feminine, this line is home to items such as the slinkier Tencel and Organic Cotton Intimate Blend Athena Cardigan
- Eco-Trek: Perfect for adventure-seekers and sportier style mavens alike, Eco-Trek includes the Tencel and Organic Cotton Performance Blend Hip Zip Short Sleeve Pullover
- Woven Traveler: Sturdy yet soft, hand-woven items in this collection include the Organic Cotton Tunic
Indigenous has provided organic and fair trade quality apparel since 1994 and is a pioneer in the eco sensitive & socially conscious apparel segment. The company is located in Santa Rosa, CA; Phone: (707) 571-7811. For more information, please visit Indigenous Designs www.indigenousdesigns.com.