Jacob Olmedo: fashion and guerrilla gardeningA Green Collection by name and by deed.

Jun 15, 2018
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jacob-olmedo-parsons-2017-fashion-graduate-show_dezeen_2364_col_8-1704x2555After the Bee Project, the cotton t-shirt cultivated without the use of bee pesticides, stylist Jacob Olmedo continues with his crusade for sustainable fashion, proposing a capsule collection in the spirit of “guerrilla gardening”. Three garments made from hydroponic fabric, an “eco-friendly weave” on which grass grows in only 15 days: “It is fruit of research that has gone up against months of attempts and errors; – commented the designer – on this fabric it is possible to cultivate grass, sprouts, and soon also flowers”.

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