Custom Digital Prints with Eco-dye, Made in the U.S.A And as always, Jones's ethical principles were in full force. She partnered with Save the Garment Center, a NYC-based organization focusing on ethical business practices. The collection was entirely made in the United States, and all of her self-designed digital print fabrics were created at eco-friendly dye house AirDye, using a technology that uses minimal water and emits a modicum of waste.
Dye Worker’s Hands by Thomas J. Abercrombie (National Geographic Magazine) A teenage worker uses dye-stained hands to hold a tangled nest of red yarn. The boy lives in Khulm (formerly Tashkurgan), Afghanistan, a town noted for trade in sheep and wool.
Costello Tagliapietra - The high fashion debut of AirDye -- a dying and printing technology we've covered here -- that uses less water than typical textile industry water consumption -- at Milk Studios in New York City.