How do you know if its really green or just another trendy promise? Everyone is jumping on the green bandwagon these days. But how do you really know if a designer or a manufacturer is truly green and not just green-washing? Host Davida Hall travels the eco-design landscape to get the real story and along the way, finds designers whose work is both thoroughly green and beautifully constructed -- what it takes to make Davida's Eco Hall of Style:
* LA-based EcoSkin uses sustainable fabrics and stringent, local, and carbon-conscious production to create beautiful and wearable knit jersey pieces. From the garment tags to the coconut trim buttons, EcoSkin is a model green company.
* As the master of the upcycle, Atlanta-based Smart Glass takes us from the recycling bin to the runways with jewelry made from recycled glass bottles. Discover how old beer bottles are reborn into their exciting afterlife.
* A pioneer in the eco couture movement, world-renowned designer Linda Loudermilk explains some of her unusual materials, including her luxurious milk-based fabric.
* In Berkeley, CA designer Casey Larkin innovates with her chic, well-edited Mr. Larkin line. Using everyday greenery like onion skins, carrots, and plant leaves she creates sustainable and vibrant clothing dyes right in the backyard.
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