Bagir Introduces Men’s Eco-Suits.
New York Fashion Week attendees were treated to an eco-fashion spectacle today when two male models strutted the streets wearing suits made from recycled plastic bottles. One suit was totally see through!- via mnn.com
The latest controversy at New York Fashion Week is over Bagir‘s, the Isreal-based men’s apparel company, transparent suit. The suit was meant
to symbolize the EcoGir technology’s origin in plastic bottles
resulted in a discussion of the meaning of eco-friendly clothing. The company has started production of ECOGIR Recycled and ECOGIR Organic suits for men made from
55% Post Consumer Waste originally created from disgarded PET bottles
highlighting a new segment of environmentally-conscious apparel. Aside from being eco-responsible, the suits are strangely affordable. You can find a selection of suits at Sears for around $200 under the Covington Perfect Wardrobe label this Spring.
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