Wednesday, October 22, 2008


So first of all, you need to just go to this website and play with the thread. Go on, just do it. I'll wait.

How cool was that? As a non-fan of flash websites, that thread makes up for a lot of the annoyance. As does the clothing at Montreal-based Covet. Covet makes lovely, slouchy, comfortable and stylish garments out of sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, bamboo and soy. Soy? I have never heard of using soy. But apparently, it enhances the comfort, lustre, moisture-permeability and dry and drape properties of both cotton and bamboo, making them both more gorgeous and more durable. View the entire fall 2008 collection at their website.

It's available at stores across the country, with online shopping coming soon - in the meantime, they will accept your order via phone. Check it out.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lululemon (ack!) actually has many products made with soy (percentages). Since Lulu has bought out Oqoqo- sustainable clothing store in Vancouver- they've introduced more organic cotton, bamboo (which isn't really the most eco-option) and soy. :)
It's SUPER comfy.