Category: BAMBOO BY
Here is a list of our top stocking stuffer picks this holiday season.
Here is a list of our top gift picks this holiday season – for her.
Taiwan based British illustrator and designer Vicky Ink illustrated a look from our 12 F/W Bamboo by collection.
Check out this short fashion film done by fashion photographer, Nicole Anne Robbins, which features the F/W 2012 Bamboo by line.
Bamboo by F/W 2012 is now available! To view the full collection click here.
HELPSY is a blog and online shop founded by Rachel Kibbe, based on the belief that design-forward, cutting edge fashion can have a positive social impact – 100% of the time.
These cozy fair-trade alpaca sweaters for our 2012 Fall/Winter Bamboo by collection were hand knit in a Bolivian village and then hand embroidered with love here at our studio in New York. Available for purchase later this month on our web shop!
Take an additional 15% off your order at our stock + sample sale or through the online store. Valid for United Bamboo, Le Bac, Bamboo By, AKi Goto, Study NY only.
Use the coupon code 15FRIDAY at checkout to receive your discount.
All sales final.
A striped t-shirt dress like this is a great option for your day to day. As cute as it is easy, it also rolls up easily into your travel bag without wrinkling.
available on La Garçonne
Now available SUSAN CIANCIOLO, PIERRE FICHEFEUX, AKI GOTO, ALICE HEART, ERI SHOJI and more to come!
Why Organic Fabric Matters
The ‘organic’ label applies to any natural product that has been produced without artificial fertilizers, pesticides or hormones. Organic fabrics are the same – the raw materials have been grown without chemicals. This is better for the environment, and better for people.
Organic fabrics are particularly important, because the main raw material in the garment industry is cotton, and cotton requires immense amounts of chemicals. Less than 3% of agricultural land is planted with cotton, but that 3% consumes 20% of all pesticides used, and 22% of all insecticides. According to the WWF, of the 46 chemicals commonly used on cotton, five are considered ‘extremely hazardous, eight ‘highly hazardous’, and 20 ‘moderately hazardous’. These are often spraying from crop-sprayers, and the drift contaminates nearby wetlands and soil.
Shop our organic line Bamboo By