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New York's Miakoda unveils organic fibre made fall line
Sep '14
Miakoda New York, the ethical fashion label known for its vegan cruelty-free clothing designs, has launched its latest organic knit material made Fall collection titled Field Daze 2014.

Based in relaxed silhouettes, the comfortably chic seasonless range has taken inspiration from the flowing open agricultural farms of the East End of Long Island, New York.

The line includes an array of stretchy wardrobe staples, such as slouchy pants and edgy one-shoulder sweatshirts, which aim to provide both physical and mental comfort to the wearers as no animals, people or places have been harmed during their production.

Julia Ahrens, the founder and designer of Miakoda, said in a statement, “As a New Yorker, I was inspired by the feeling of freedom that comes through connecting with the nature of Eastern Long Island, specifically running through open fields of flowing wheat. The collection is meant to transition through the seasons.”

With a commitment to provide clothing that is sustainable and cruelty-free, Miakoda pieces are made from eco-friendly fibres and its collections are produced in an ethical factory in NYC. (PB)

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