Titled “GARDEN Agriculture Department,” the collection continues the label’s expansive push for sustainability through fashion. This time around, EDEN Power Corp drew inspiration from closed loop agriculture principles and Masanobu Fukuoka’s natural farming philosophy which became the basis of permaculture agricultural ecosystems.
Fully constructed in North America, recycled cotton short and long sleeve T-shirts accompany workwear uniforms, bags and caps crafted of textiles made from mixing recycled plastic bottles with organic cotton. Straying from the monochromatic look it established with its first collection, the new range features tie-dye elements created from using natural wine lees. One standout accessory spotlighted throughout the lookbook are the water bottle/natural wine bottle holders which conveniently sit down by the hip to offer a unique carrying option. Finally, items all come with hangtags embedded with wildflower seeds that can be planted and grown.
Check out the lookbook for EDEN Power Corp’s SS20 “GARDEN Agriculture Department” above and stay tuned for more details regarding the release of the range.
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