Nike, Hurley & Otis College 'Considered' Exhibit Centers on Salvation

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 29, 2011 • References: facebook & popsop
Sustainable, eco-friendly clothing is the focus of virtually every designer these days, so the 'Considered' exhibit by Nike, Hurley and the Otis College of Art and Design seems to be the beginning of something that might gain ground in the near future.

Held at Hurley's H Space Gallery in California, the 'Considered' exhibit is a joint venture by the two afformentioned sportswear brands and Otis College geared toward promoting sustainability practices in apparel production among both designers and consumers. The collection on display includes 18 outfits made by Otis College students who used Nike's Considered Index, metrics spanning fabric origins to the disposal of used clothing that help designers evaluate the impact of producing specific apparel products on the environment. Stats for Sustainable Clothing Pop-Ups Trending: Older & Mild
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