Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Passenger Pigeon


Double-Breasted Hoody: 55% Hemp, 45% Cotton Fleece Hand-dyed

Passenger Pigeon has deep ties to the earth. The clothing company's name evokes the symbolism of the extinct passenger pigeon, and how our own carelessness and blatant disregard for nature caused this sad calamity. Hence, this Canadian company has adopted a soft footprint approach to garment design. Passenger Pigeon uses only environmentally friendly textiles... organic cotton and hemp, harvested and manufactured without using pesticides and or sweatshop labour, are the bulk of fabrics used in the garments. And all the clothing are designed, sewn, dyed, and screenprinted in Toronto. Be proud, Canada!
Some beautiful pieces from the winter collection (it is still winter ain't it?!)...

Jersey Wrap Dress: 40% Bamboo 60% Cotton - Screen-printed tree stump repeating print
Bias Skirt: 80% Hemp, 20% Silk Jacquard Hand-dyed

1 comment:

bohmo said...

Looking for Passenger Pigeon or other designer eco-fashion apparel? You might want to check out http://www.bohmo.com. Bohmo is running an organic clothing Thanksgiving sale until 11/25/07 and carries Spring and Fall 07 lines. Discounts are up to 40% off!