Kuyichi, the sustainable fashion line (minus the leather & wool) from Europe is stepping it up with some seriously sharp looks for fall. Organic cotton trench, tencel jeans, oganic cotton tops, recycled poly, hemp and more.
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• These denim tops from Julian Red, who was featured in the Eco Chic exhibit last year, are sturdy, classic and great for layering.

• These stripey socks from Pact will look great with a pair of oxfords or peeking out of a boot. Organic cotton are made with wind power.

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• Paul Smith’s organic cotton striped, hooded sweater will keep the wind (that powered the socks above) at bay.

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Monkee Genes has some new styles like this Ryder jean in organic cotton sateen. The arc cut to the leg in a nice compromise between a drop-crotch and a standard crotch. I just typed “crotch” twice in one sentence. Also check out the organic cotton chino, the inky, organic skinny denim,.

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