The Clean Clothes Project Aims to Create Social Awareness

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: May 11, 2013 • References: industryofallnations & thedieline
The design and development company ‘Industry of All Nations’ (formed in 2010) has an intriguing eco-friendly project that rejects the notion of dying and treating clothes. This green-fashion venture is called The Clean Clothes Project. Not only is this cotton clothing line completely natural, it also has discarded t-shirt poly-bags for 100% organic brown envelope packaging.

This ambitious projects aims to increase consumer awareness in regards to the environmental damage caused by the fashion industry, while encouraging cleaner clothing solutions by reminding people of "the magic of natural color."

It’s always hot to be eco-friendly, so check out this innovative project by Industry of All Nations and help to spread the worth-while message that inspired it. There’s always something small we can do to help reduce pollution in our area. Stats for Organic Envelope Packaging Trending: Older & Warm
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