Eco-fashion is the new black? Yes. And no. It’s definitely in but Melissa Baswell is no new customer in the eco-fashion world.
So What’s more eco than recycled clothes?
Mountains to the Moon Eco-Fashion line. Melissa not only uses thrift store clothing but hemp and organic fabrics also. She has been doing this for years, so for her, eco-fashion isn’t her new fad but a way of life. Mountains of the Moon, based in Chicago, was one of 10 nominated for Co-op America’s Green Business of the Year. Melissa’s goal for Mountains of the Moon changes the way people think about re-used clothing and turning the old, thrift store clothes into hip, sustainable, ethical, environmentally friendly outfits. Being an eco-fashionista just got easier.
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