'Wear No Evil' by Greta Eagan Visualizes a Sustainable Wardrobe

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Apr 23, 2014 • References: noevil and coolhunting
'Wear No Evil' is a new book from Greta Eagan that shows how sustainability and style are no longer mutually exclusive. An estimated 14.3 million tons of textiles waste were generated in 2012, which isn't a typical thought when slipping into a change room.

There have been creative results in the world of sustainable fashion, including fully biodegradable sneakers to Scandinavian couture pieces made from 100% reused fabrics. Together they serve as a response to the fashion industry's detrimental pollution footprint, and as more designers and brands opt for sustainable and organic materials and local production, green fashion is proving that it's not just a trendy grassroots movement, but is the future of apparel.

Wear No Evil is a style guide that educates and visualizes a sustainable wardrobe.