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Friday, January 30, 2015
Photoshoot with Mona Eagle in CATA Clothing
Miss Earth Florida, Elizabeth Tran wearing black and white dress from CATA affiliate Silver Needle & Thread. She will be sharing organic and natural fiber fashion on her Eco Fashion Journey Blog, from over fourteen organic companies from around the country that are CATA affiliates; showing you just how stylish and affordable organic apparel can be. Become a fan and follow her journey.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The New Fibers of the Future
Nature has served up some new appetizers for sustainable clothing that's tasty, beautiful and oh so plentiful! CATA is introducing the organic, sustainable and eco- friendly garments coming soon to a store near you. >>Click on each name to learn more<<
| Milk |
Other natural fibers to come:
We like the future of fashion! Hope you like it too!
Support clean fashion
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Here's validation to prove what we've been telling you.
This all sounds great but wait what are the health risks? Our bodies were not designed to house electricity, electromagnetic frequencies, plasma formulations, or properties that have the ability to enter our blood stream upon touch. I wonder what will be the life span of people who wear this fashion? The real question is why are they being produced to begin with when Mother Nature has provided so many resources to clothe us? This feels like a future where there will be no plants, trees or life as we know to live by. Not one I want to see, experience or live in. Think about it............ What are they preparing for? Will there be that many handicap people that a market can be created for clothes to assist-where will other people be for that human connection? Creating clothes that you don't need to wash-what would have happened to water? If our clothes are implementable and indestructible what are they protecting us from and in an effort to protect us how are will our bodies breathe and function? EVERYTHING man has created has resulted in avenues being opened to destroy man. It may all sound COOL but this one is really scary! Avoid the hype.
What's The Alternative?
- Organic Clothing
- Natural fibers
- Purchase clean, safe toxic and chemical free clothing only.
CATA provides a resource of organic clothing companies in the USA providing organic cotton clothes, hemp, linen, natural fiber , sustainable and eco friendly apparel. Become a CATA member and REJECT the fashion of the Future as explained in this video.
ALL IT TAKES IS A FEW GOOD PEOPLE EMBRACING CHANGE AND DOING BUSINESS WITH INTEGRITY AND CONSCIOUNESS: STANDING STRONG FOR AMERICAN INDUSTRY.
THIS YEAR CATA CONSUMERS AGAINST TOXIC APPAREL WILL SHARE STORIES, NEWS AND INFORMATION FROM AROUND OUR GLOBE IN AN EFFORT TO ENSURE YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR CLOTHES COME FROM.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Whatever advertising spin is put on it.....recycling plastic bottles into the latest fashion still pollutes our environment in the same devastating way as creating a new bottle. This video shows how its done. Ground and surface water is polluted from the caustic soda baths, air is polluted from heating the plastic, enormous amounts of energy is used, workers health is at risk and the final product (clothes) can still be linked to chronic illness and disease. We should all just wrap ourselves in plastic wrap......because that's exactly what you're doing when you wear recycled fabric! Please don't be mislead by the hype. Here's a suggestion. LET'S STOP MAKING PLASTIC, PERIOD. Every batch ever created will stay on this earth forever and never leave. The difference being now there will be pairs of jeans laying around.....
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
The cold reality of devastating practices widely used in the
textile industry to employ cheap labor.
When your clothes are made this way; they can be cheap. Are you willing to pay for the slavery and exploitation of women? This inside video of Cambodia's garment manufacturing realities is a bit hard to watch but something anyone who wears clothes should see.
What's the alternative you ask?
- Know where your clothes are made by simply reading the label and refuse to purchase garments made in countries that employ slavery tactics, do not pay living wages, house factories in unsafe buildings, lock workers inside facilities, use fear tactics to force long hours and force people to work against their will.
- Shop small companies committed to integrity over profits and consciousness in manufacturing.
- Look for companies who are willing and eager to show transparency in their supply chain. Many organic clothing companies publicly post their stories on their websites for everyone to read. Many are doing some very positive things in an effort to clean up the dirty business of fashion as we know it.
- Buy organic clothing and support fair trade living wage pay,chemical and toxic free environments to work in, artisan crafts where creators and makers have names and faces, and a sustainable way of life.
Become a CATA Consumers Against Toxic Apparel Member
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
As of January 2, 2015 CATA is an official sponsor:
Miss Earth Florida 2105
Miss Elizabeth Tran
Miss Earth Florida is choosing her favorite organic styles to kick off her sponsorship.
She will be wearing organic clothing for most of her appearances and engagements
throughout the year.
Girls will be girls and Miss Earth Florida can't wear organic clothes
without wearing organic and chemical free make up.
Miss Earth Florida in the Silver Needle & Thread Sewing Studio.
Miss Earth Florida left armed with lots of giveaways, prizes and gifts to share with her fans.
Follow her journey, you may be one of her winners.
After spending the day with CATA, Miss Earth Florida
is leaving with bags and bags of GOODIES!
Elizabeth is the Founder of Teens Go Green Global.Org
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