Sustainable Fashion with Sew Love and {r}evolution apparel [Untapped Cities]





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Published on Aug 29, 2012

Film produced and edited by Clémence Demerliac, shot at a San Francisco Sustainable Fashion Show on August 2, 2012.

Sew Love is an Internet start-up based in San Francisco that aims to make and sell a collection of clothing that is "by the people, for the people." Anyone with an idea for a unique garment, or accessory, just has to draw up his or her idea, and submit the sketch to Sew Love with a 200-word description of the design. Then, all the members of Sew Love vote on their favorites. Sew Love assesses the winning designs for the month, and then produces the choice design to sell on their website, giving the amateur designer royalties on the item's sales, and their name on the tag.

{r}evolution apparel is the designer of the Versalette--one piece, made in the US out of recycled fabric, that can be worn over 20 different ways.

Read more on Untapped Cities: http://bit.ly/UntappedSewLove


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