Friday, October 8, 2010

Thinking Green

Innovative designer Eviana Hartman founded Bodkin in 2008, seeking to merge her unique, relaxed aesthetic with her long-term interest in sustainability. Based in NYC, Bodkin has a conscious and realizes the importance of utilizing innovative sustainability-oriented fabrics. The designs often use post-consumer recycled polyester and imported from India hand-loomed weaves created from regenerated and recycled wool, fine organic cottons, and decades-old salvaged textiles. Click on the photo above to be taken to the website.

A bodkin is a dagger, hairpin, or sharp, slender instrument used for making holes in cloth.

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