Loomstate – style rooted in sustainability

By Kate | Women
Posted Jan 6, 2010

I’m on a roll this week…. it seems as if every magnifeco-site I visit is having a sale (I love this time of the year!) Loomstate made a splash this past spring when they announced a limited edition collection released exclusively through U.S. – based discounter Target. Launched in New York City in 2004 by designer Rogan Gregory and Scott Mackinlay Hahn, Loomstate was founded as a casual brand dedicated to creating demand for certified organic cotton using socially and environmentally responsible methods of production. Each piece is created to have lived-in character and comfort, from washed and softened fabrics to tumbled and aged hardware, achieving timeless style rooted in environmental and social sustainability. The Lucy Dress is an easy fit matte cotton silk shirt dress with a center back keyhole. Trimmed with Loomstate‘s signature white washed metal buttons and a drop waist braided belt. Regular $179, now $89.50 USD.

I love the simplicity of this Dash Dress, a printed cotton jersey 3/4 sleeve shirt dress. Regular $135, now $67.50 USD.

The Barbara Dress, is an easy fit cotton silk roll-up shirt dress with bellowed patch pockets trimmed with thin ties. Special micro pintuck detail at bodice. Center front finished with those signature white washed buttons. 55% Organic Cotton. 45% Silk. Regular $178, now $89 USD. Ships to 53 countries.

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