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Leigh Anne helped to draw up the standards for Healthy Child Healthy Home. Please watch the video — especially if you are a parent.
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O Ecotextiles at Maison et Objet in Paris !! If you will be in Paris in January for Maison & Objet, please stop by MM Design in Editeurs (Hall 7, Stand E169) to meet our charming and knowledgeable sales representatives. They can show you the latest from O Ecotextiles.
August 2010 O Ecotextiles introduces Rainier, a 100% extra fine virgin Merino wool upholstery fabric. Read more here.
We’re hard at work completing the first fabrics to be featured in our new division, “Two Sisters”. Two Sisters fabrics will have the same safe pedigree as the O Ecotextiles designer line, but they’ll be available online through our new website, twosistersecotextiles.com. Stay tuned!
Summer 2010 Leigh Anne Van Dusen is named to the Interior Advisory Board of Healthy Home 2010, sponsored by Healthy Child, Healthy World, www.healthychild.org. The Healthy Home will be built with the needs of a young family in mind and promises to lead the way towards better living through beautiful design and healthy environments. Read More.
O Ecotextiles fabrics chosen in new exhibit at the Geffrye Museum in London which “hopes to address…widespread concersn about…the state of the planet and how this links to our homes and the way we use, decorate and inhabit them.” read more >>
O Ecotextiles was awarded an Honorable Mention in VERANDA magazine’s Art of Design awards in the Eco-Minded category. This year’s theme was “Redefining Luxury”: nominees were selected based on qualities such as innovation, craft, authenticity, value and social responsibility. read more >>
Luxe Interiors + Design magazine says, “O Ecotextiles line of environmentally friendly and style-conscious fabrics continue to infiltrate the design community.” Download PDF >>
Treehugger says we’re helping to revolutionize the global market for textiles! read more >>
O Ecotextiles white paper on the textile industry and how it impacts global warming, “Elephants Among Us,” is published in the O’Mama Report, online magazine for the Organic Trade Association.