Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Despite the wonderful, positive sea change happening with green fashion, I've only come across 1 company making well designed, affordable green shoes for mass market close to the Cradle to Cradle standards, and that's Zaha Hadid's Melissa Shoes. Melissas are infinitely recyclable, non-toxic, ethically manufactured, and look AWESOME. Though Keds is making an effort, using 20% recycled rubber in your shoe soles is just making a shoe"less bad", and not taking it far enough. Veja makes cool sneakers as well, but they still use leather, which I can't consider green. The quest continues...

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