Milan is currently hosting its first ever international Fair and Ethical Fashion Show, which boasts …30 exhibitors and an almost equal number of visitors.
While the lack of adequate advertising probably plays a relevant role in these mediocre results, it is also true that, in the mind of most people (including me), ethical fashion means boho-aspiring, overpriced organic cotton creations.
This is actually valid for most of the labels that I see around, but luckily, if you dig deeper you can discover that some designers are combining the ethical with the fashionable, creating remarkable pieces, that even the most commercial style bloggers would add to their wish list.
So, without further ceremony, here are the photos from the above mentioned fashion show. I had a love-at-first-sight-moment with two brands (see below which ones).
What are your impressions about ethical fashion in general? Yay or Nay?