Courtesy of Fleece-A-Nista
Skeptical already? So was I. Any pitch I receive touting “Fashion and Earth Day” usually conjures images of burlap bags and hemp dresses.
Fleece-A-Nista and Convert, on the other hand, are two worthy newcomers to the Bay Area fashion mix that are verifiable finds appropriate for such a green-minded holiday (April 22).
For those city slickers out there squeezing the last of the season from the Tahoe slopes, Fleece-A-Nista has the perfect pieces for your après ski or boarding activities.
Not only does SF designer Jeanne Feldcamp create surprisingly beautiful silhouettes out of a typically technical (read: unsexy) fabric, but also her company employs a “zero-waste production” process by which all scraps are used as stuffing for her original collection of graphic pillows.