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Recycled Chic

30 simple ways to recycle, renew and reinvent your pre-loved fashions.

Author: Amanda McKittrick

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

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Recycled Chic is for those who aren't content to look like everyone else. It both inspires and instructs on ways of recycling, renewing, and reinventing pre-loved fashion and fabrics. Featuring 30 simple and accessible projects, for even a novice seamstress, Recycled Chic will arm you with the techniques, inspiration and confidence to renew your existing clothes and accessories, or alter pre-loved fashion and fabric to suit your individual taste. Each project requires only minimal time, effort and expense to achieve stylish and satisfying results. It could be as easy as removing the sleeves from a frumpy dress, shortening a skirt, or adding an embellishment to a tired old top. And when your confidence grows why not test your skills creating a leather clutch from an old jacket, or a sweet summer top from a man's work shirt? Take a creative plunge and explore the possibilities to refashion your wardrobe with these unique, yet simple, projects.

Ethical Chic

The Inside Story of the Companies We Think We Love

Author: Fran Hawthorne

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 181

View: 580

Analyzes and investigates six different companies that command consumer loyalty due to their company ethics.

Green Chic

Saving the Earth in Style

Author: Christie Matheson

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

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Category: Nature

Page: 240

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"Matheson slyly steers us toward consumer goods and services that minimize our earth-stomping human footprint. She's brave enough to say 'buy less of everything,' and even the politically fraught 'buy nothing.' Matheson's genius is to make this seem not only doable, but fun." - Elizabeth Royte, author of Garbage Land and Bottlemania Want to go green without giving up great style? Welcome to the world of Green Chic. Choosing to be green makes a real difference in the fight against global warming. But did you know that it's also hip, classic and stylish? Offering up dozens of author-tested, earth-friendly ideas, writer Christie Matheson reveals that being chic and saving the planet aren't mutually exclusive. Embrace the fabulousness of green living and you can: - Look gorgeous - Have a killer wardrobe - Feel amazing - Travel in style - Create a home that's an oasis - Host fun parties - Eat incredible food and drink phenomenal wine ... All while feeling more connected to your friends, family and nature. (And did we mention that green women don't get fat?) Printed on recycled paper, with a portion of its proceeds going to a green cause, Green Chic is the perfect book for style-savvy readers with a green heart. Can living a chic green lifestyle TRULY make a difference to the planet? You bet your organic cotton sheets it can. Buying into the Green Chic movement doesn't mean you need to buy more stuff. Avoid products that purport to be green just for the marketing effect: "organic" processed foods; huge, gas-guzzling hybrid SUVs; clothes boasting that they're green just because they're made from "natural" cotton. Claiming to be green is trendy and companies out there are taking advantage. Don't believe all the hype. 10 GREEN CHIC-AND EASY-WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE - Ditch bottled water: refill a sassy thermos. - Pop little purchases in your purse, not a shopping bag. - Sip biodynamic wine. - Choose cashmere, not acrylic. - Let your hair air dry for a while before you blow dry: less frizz, less energy consumed. - Unplug (and put away) unsightly cell phone chargers. - Opt for quality over quantity in everything you buy. - Cut down on clutter. - Limit your consumption of anything packaged in plastic. - Support local designers. BUT REMEMBER: Don't go out and replace everything you own, from your makeup to your wardrobe to your furniture, with (theoretically) ecofriendly products. Being ecofriendly means consuming less, not more. Get in the habit of thinking before you buy. The best time to purchase ecofriendly goods is when you need them. That's when you're in a position to make a choice and express yourself as a green consumer. Being Green isn't a fad ... it's timelessly chic.

Eco Chic Home

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Publisher: Skipstone

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Lugar

Essays on Philippine Heritage and Architecture

Author: Augusto Villalón

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Category: Architecture

Page: 474

View: 664

Craft Activism

People, Ideas, and Projects from the New Community of Handmade and How You Can Join In

Author: Joan Tapper

Publisher: Potter Craft

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 602

Join the Handmade Movement! We make to give. We make to share. We make to connect with others. Crafters all over the world are using their hands and hearts to make a statement, change the world, and build community. Craft Activism is an inspiring celebration of this growing movement. Inside, dozens of superstars of this grassroots phenomenon share their experiences, tips, and advice on living, teaching, and promoting a more meaningful DIY lifestyle. Learn to craft for your cause, connect with other crafters, think green, organize a fair, host an online exchange, create yarn graffiti, and more. The book also includes 17 creative projects from designers who challenge you to reimagine how your craft skills can be used to make a difference. Whether you knit, sew, crochet, or collage—and even if you’re not sure where to begin—this book is your guide to the incredible power of handmade.

African Arts

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Eco Deco

Chic, Ecological Design Using Recycled Materials

Author: Stewart Walton

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Category: Gardening

Page: 160

View: 447

An inspiring book that will encourage you to take a stroll around life's back door and examine the everyday junk and waste that we trash every day.

Steampunk Chic

Vintage Flair from Recycled Finds

Author: Jennifer O'Neil

Publisher: All American Crafts Publishing

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 64

View: 196

Catch the wave of the popular Steampunk Style in crafting as well-known authors and designers, Jennifer and Kitty O'Neil present their own version of this fun and funky look in crafts and home decor with 15 new fanciful projects. They'll show how to create delightful vintage flare from recycled finds of all kinds.

Eco-chic

The Fashion Paradox

Author: Sandy Black

Publisher: Black Dog Pub Limited

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Category: Design

Page: 254

View: 146

Eco-Chic: The Fashion Paradox is an examination of the relationship between fashion and environmental awareness - combating the universal reputation of eco-fashion as wholesome, un-dyed, shapeless and itchy. A new wave of sustainable shopping, affordable clothing, and ecological thinking has allowed eco-designers to create high-end, design-led collections rather than merely environmentally sympathetic garments. Eco-Chic: The Fashion Paradox aims to address the preconceived idea of eco-fashion as a compromise in style and quality and places eco-fashion where it belongs at the forefront of design. Eco-fashion is changing its image from dowdy and well meaning to genuinely desirable and Eco-Chic: The Fashion Paradox is an analysis of fashion and ethical practice as the naked truth behind the clothes we wear is exposed.

Mademoiselle

The Magazine for the Smart Young Woman

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Recycled, Re-seen

Folk Art from the Global Scrap Heap

Author: Charlene Cerny

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Category: Folk art

Page: 208

View: 374

Examines the trend of folk art in which trash and recycled materials are transformed into objects of beauty and personal and social significance.

Eco-chic Home

Remake, Reuse & Recycle Your Way to Sustainable Style

Author: Emily Anderson

Publisher: Skipstone

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Category: House & Home

Page: 190

View: 629

Combining beauty and style with authentic sustainability, Eco-Chic Home shares hundreds of tips, ideas, and projects for every room in your house! Design and green-living expert Emily Anderson re-styles your home in functional and fresh ways-and at a very low cost. She reveals how to repurpose items you already have-old lamps, extra sheets, mismatched dishes-to crate a distinctive new look. Remake worn clothing into hand-knotted rugs, turn extra plastic bags into a stylish carry-all-tote, rethink CD cases as a bookshelf light, or sew fabric remnants into festive holiday garlands. Emily's creative and resourceful domestic advice also will inspire you to shop local consignment stores, raid grandma's closet, and recycle your family's excess. Whether a first-time crafter of a DIY pro, Eco-Chic Home will show you a multitude of ways to express your own personal eco-style.

In Business

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Category: Small business

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Ecoforum

Journal of the Environment Liaison Centre International

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Category: Conservation of natural resources

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View: 214

Better Homes and Gardens

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Category: Architecture, Domestic

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The Architects' Journal

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Category: Architecture

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Focus on Africa

BBC Magazine

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Category: Africa

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How

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Category: Commercial art

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Alchemy Arts

Recycling Is Chic

Author: Kate MacKay

Publisher: Marion Boyars

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Category: Art

Page: 251

View: 361

A book of ideas and instructions for making clothing, useful things, and art from found objects.

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