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DUSG launches vegetable dyed 100% organic T- Shirts
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May '11
India's first organic clothing brand - Do U Speak Green? launch vegetable dyed 100% organic cotton T- Shirts for World Environment Day.

World Environment Day (WED) is thematic celebrations that have in the past included caring for the earth and water, the ozone layer, climate change, desertification and sustainable development. WED is celebrated around the world to remind ourselves and others of the importance of caring for our environment. India is named the 'Global Host' for World Environment Day 2011.

To celebrate this day and to ensure that we continue to enjoy the important services that nature provides, in our generation and the next, DUSG (Do U Speak Green?) takes a step ahead. For nature enthusiasts and eco-friendly product connoisseurs, DUSG has launched a collection of vegetable dyed, 100% organic-cotton Unisex T-Shirts. The collection is 100% organic and extremely comfortable. These unisex T-Shirts are available in 5 yummy colours- Pudina (Mint green), Beetroot (red), Methi (Mustard yellow), Linen and Natural.

Organic cotton embraces the body with a soft and an elastic touch. Organic natural clothing is manufactured to last, enduring the normal life cycle and finally reaching a bio-degradable end naturally without creating any disturbance to the earth. Contrasting the synthetic fabrics, natural products do not diminish the earth's resources.

Additionally, to commemorate the World Environment day DUSG has also announced a special promotions. For every DUSG eco-clothing purchased from 30th May to 6th June, DUSG will plant a sapling in your name with the help of environment protection NGO's. DUSG's endeavor to create awareness about conservation of nature and wildlife does not limit here. DUSG has also tied up with WWF India to contribute 10% of sales revenue towards wildlife protection and conservation programmes.

DUSG or 'Do U Speak Green', is an eco-friendly clothing brand promoted by Mumbai based- Fusion Clothing Company. Brainchild of the dynamic entrepreneur and avid nature lover- Shishir Goenka, 'Do u speak Green' also has to its credit India's first eco-friendly web-store of an eponymous name.

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