Ethical sustainable fashion is the latest craze among all responsible forward fashion thinkers of today. Like Canada, which is currently featuring its sixth Eco Fashion Week in Vancouver, Spain is also gearing up for its third episode of green-themed sartorial celebration in Barcelona.
Part of the Biocultura fair, the event titled ‘Ecofashion Showroom’ aims to serve both as a business and sales promotion platform as well as a meeting point for sustainable fashion designers, suppliers and brands.
The event will feature runway creations from nearly seven eco-friendly European textile brands, ecological firms and independent designers, such as Foxfibre, Green lifestyle, Humus, PureGreen, Cristina Salguero, Homeonearth as well as Raval and Biobuu.
Scheduled to take place from April 25 to 28, 2013, the event would also educate the visitors and industry professionals about the recent developments in the world of sustainable textiles.
Considered as one of the most important fairs in the southern Europe and the Mediterranean regions, BioCultura would exhibit a range of organic food, hygiene, textile and cosmetics products from over 700 exhibitors.