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The Beatrice Oettinger 'Wild Clothes' Collection Comes From Nature's Leftovers

 - Apr 11, 2010   Updated: Jun 16 2011
References: artspotting.net & behance.net
I'm in love with the dresses made from detritus in the Beatrice Oettinger 'Wild Clothes' collection. Each miniature creation is comprised of nuts, berries, flower petals, twigs and other small found items to look just like a couture gown.

My favorite Beatrice Oettinger creation is the ball gown in the first image. I imagine Oettinger is the designer Tinkerbell would pick to prep for a formal occasion!

Implications - With the abundance of environmental coverage in the media, the demand for eco-friendly products is on the rise. Consumers desire products that have been constructed from natural products so that they can reduce their carbon footprints. Companies can cater to these green target markets by adopting eco-friendly practices into their production process.