Last week, we told you about Chinese fashion designer Ma Ke whose eco collections speak volumes about China’s rich history. Now we have another eco designer from Canada who takes her inspiration from Surrealist paintings and sculptures and tries to replicate the same into wearable art. The Canadian fashion designer Hamideh Abol has lately unveiled her expressly eco-friendly, handmade collection, dubbed ABOL. Abol utilizes organic wool, cotton fiber and reclaimed silk to create smooth textures. Further, the designer utilizes natural dyes and green ingredients such as fruits, found objects and flowers to beautify her unique apparels.
Moreover, since Abol has a definite focus on sustainability, eco-conscious folks will definitely love to adorn their personas with her uniquely green apparels. Abol utilizes locally sourced organic fiber, raw wool from local farmers, recycled silk and cotton to bring her eco-couture into existence. Since 2011, Abol has been quite consistent in designing and producing sustainable attires for modern, eco-conscious fashionistas.