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Skunkfunk unveils convertible eco-friendly clothing
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Jan '12
Multifunctionality and durability are two key design concepts that make convertible clothing from Skunkfunk an excellent choice this year. Each piece in the eco-conscious clothier's line of convertible fashions for women and men is comfortable, stylishly casual and long-wearing.

New flexibility has been sewn into the mix, so that garments can be converted and adapted for multiple contexts, temperatures and looks. Such innovative features make Skunkfunk among the smartest clothes available today.

“Many items in our functional fashion line feature elements that can be buttoned, twisted, draped, zipped, tied or reversed to quickly achieve many desired looks,” said Kyle Retzik, owner of Skunkfunk North America. “And because Skunkfunk will often only offer a handful of each garment in each city, the chances of running into an embarrassing “clothing twins” situation at a party are pretty darn slim.”

The Skunkfunk line is a reflection of the Basque countryside yet transitions easily into the international urban landscape. Each piece is designed with environmental awareness: textiles are carefully chosen with a high consideration of their impact on the environment. Fabrics often used include recycled polyester, organic cotton and Lyocell.

In addition to shopping in person at their Manhattan and San Francisco, clothing stores, guests can shop for Skunkfunk's eco-friendly fashion online at http://www.ShopSkunkFunk.com comfortably from home.

About Skunkfunk:
Skunkfunk is a project born in the autonomous Basque Country in Northern Spain. The brand reflects its local identity, the all-green nature of its headquarters, and a journey through international urban landscapes. In addition to Skunkfunk North America's San Francisco and Manhattan clothing stores, Skunkfunk is also available in many European cities, online and in multi-brand stores throughout the United States.

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