With the new year setting in, the fashion industry is set to launch the fashion trends for 2013. Apart from the latest styles that the brands will introduce, Baabaazuzu, a well-known name in the eco-fashion industry, has come up with a new range of eco-friendly products that will attract all the eco-friendly customers out there. This new range of clothes includes accessories and many other wearable creative outfits as well.

Baabaazuzu – Encouraging Eco-Fashion

Baabaazuzu is a brand name that is very popular among the environmentally conscious buyers. This company is known for its innovate designs and use of fabrics. The company deals in products such as handbags, hats, scarves, jackets, shirts, and many other clothing items. To celebrate its upcoming anniversary, the company is launching a brand new spring clothing line. This spring line will consist of clothes that are suitable for the male as well as the female population.

Some of the most awaited products in the Baabaazuzu spring line are pure cotton shirts for men and vintage dresses for women. To make cotton shirts for men, the company utilizes 100 percent organic material, while to make vintage dresses for the women, it uses old vintage table cloths. This company is particularly famous in the Michigan region, and has received a lot of appreciation from eco-fashion enthusiasts all over the U.S on their website as well.

Recycling Can Help Create Eco-Friendly Products Like Bamboo Fabric Bags

Apart from producing fashionable accessories for the residents of the United States, Baabaazuzu believes in addressing other environmental issues as well. In 2012, the company expanded their usage of wool, especially in the men's wear category. According to the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the company, Sue Burns, the company is excited to take up initiatives that would help in fighting any kind of environmental issues. She confesses that last year, when the company utilized a lot of wool in their clothes, she use to tell the customers that the company is saving wool from being disposed into waste disposal landfills. Thus the company likes to invest in materials that would otherwise be disposed into landfills.

Sue encourages people to experiment with their choice of fabric as well. There are many materials that have not been utilized by designers extensively but these materials might work out very well for accessories if not for dresses. For instance, bamboo fabric bags, paper shoes, and jute items created from these materials can be considered as extremely fashionable accessories.

Source: http://www.mynorth.com/My-North/January-2013/Northern-Michigan-Eco-Fashion-House-Creates-Spring-Line/