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Behind the Label: SUST Organic Clothing

While in New York City, I got a chance to stop at the NOW Showcase to talk with SUST Founder Tristan Gribbin about her eco-friendly clothing line. SUST clothing is made with 100% certified organic cotton grown in the US, and the garments are manufactured ethically in California. In this video, Tristan reveals how she came up with the name "SUST" and gives a sneak-peak of some new items for Fall 2009 and Spring 2010.

For more information about SUST visit: www.getsust.com.


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Organic clothing and recycled clothing are nice ways to treat out earth in a friendly manner and at the same time be fashionable. organic cotton clothing is a sustainable clothing. Sustainable clothing emphasizes the reuse and recycling of materials and is part of the environmental awareness movement. Both organic and sustainable clothing are green and environmentally friendly.

September 25, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterausti

These are eco-friendly products but they are very expensive in the short-term due to the limited supply. However, it is interesting to note that organic cotton clothes are wrinkle-free because of the chemicals applied. These clothes would eventually lose this property after repeated washes.

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