Although we are still in the midst of fall, cooler temperatures are beginning to inch their way into the early morning and evening hours to let us know that winter will soon be upon us. That means many people will start seeking some warmer clothing and, for those who are conscious of the earth, apparel that is eco-friendly. One of many companies offering warm winter solutions is Hoodlamb and their 2008/2009 Hemp Hoodlamb Winter Collection.
The 2008/2009 Hemp Hoodlamb Winter Collection offers warm, fashionable and sustainable outdoor wear that ranges from hats, belts and hand-warmers to hoodies, sweaters and coats.
Hoodlamb's Hemp Winter Collection contains not only hemp but, depending on the piece, may also be combined with satifir, soy, or bamboo. And Hoodlamb's satifir belts contain hidden pockets in which to store goodies--perfect for snow bunnies.
Hemp Hoodlamb Collection F/W 08/09
1. Eco-friendly Fashion - 'Eco-friendly fashion' is a trend that is disrupting the fashion industry by emphasizing the importance of sustainability in fashion design.
2. Winter Wearables - 'Winter wearables' is a trend that presents businesses with an opportunity to develop new and innovative wearable technologies that can keep people warm and comfortable during the winter months.
3. Sustainable Materials - 'Sustainable materials' is a trend that is disrupting the fashion industry by pushing designers to use sustainable materials in their designs rather than traditional, environmentally adverse materials.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry must prioritize sustainable practices and materials in order to stay ahead of the trend of eco-friendly fashion.
2. Outdoor Apparel Industry - The outdoor apparel industry can take advantage of the 'Winter wearables' trend to develop new and innovative technologies to keep people warm and comfortable during the winter months.
3. Textile Industry - The textile industry has an opportunity to disrupt the industry by developing new and innovative sustainable materials to replace traditional, environmentally adverse materials.