Monday, March 15, 2010
Other fashion houses may be dumping perfectly pristine clothing, but eco fashion designer John Patrick chose an
entirely different tack at the unveiling of his Fall/Winter 2010 collection at New York City's Garment District on Thursday. His choice of decor: An intricate spiderweb of 8,000 clear plastic hangers, salvaged from a dumpster, that provided the lattice-like backdrop to a bevy of classic, heritage-inspired tweed jackets, sheer blouses, and vegetable-tanned leathers. Click through our gallery to check out John Patrick's latest collection, as well as why Patrick says that throwaway fashion isn't the future.