Newspapers Turn Fashion Attire, Thanks to 4 Eco-Friendly Designers


Yesterday’s News, Tomorrow’s Clothing. Eco-friendly fashion has climbed on to yet another avenue with four leading green fashion designers bringing on to the ramp eco-friendly fabrics made out of recycled newspaper. The Yesterday’s News Green Catwalk Event and Workshop in New York City this week saw these unique designs being presented.The brainchild of eco-friendly designers Anthony Lilore of Restore Clothing, Bahar Shahpar, Lara Miller and Samantha Pleet,  the new trend setting designs are to be auctioned off for charity starting this September 22.


The proceeds of the auction would go to each designer’s green charity of choice. A media note said that the unveiling of the newspaper inspired designs came about as part of the Yesterday’s News Do-Gooder Design Challenge, organized to celebrate cat owners in the US who make good green choices for their cats, home and environment.

Significantly enough, the show was open to the public free-of-cost.  The fashion enthusiasts were also invited to visit the Green Workshop to learn green living tips for their cats, home and environment from a number of eco-friendly experts. Watch the video below and tell us if you love the idea.

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