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The Zero Waste Anorak is a Collab Between Loomstate and Parson's

 - Nov 18, 2011
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It is encouraging to see that fashion houses are continuing to release eco-friendly designs, yet the Zero Waste Anorak takes it to a whole new level. Not only is this a stylish and sustainable example of outwear, it was created in collaboration with Parson's The New School of Design. It is projects like these that not only bring awareness to the need for such environmentally conscious clothing, but also teach those soon to be in the industry ways to make them.

Conceived by Loomstate, the Zero Waste Anorak is the first design in the Zero Waste Collection. Designed by student Andira Crescioni, the Zero Waste Anorak was a lesson in sourcing, dyeing, finishing and energy consumption.