Lara Miller Bamboo Clothing

Here it is another proof of how stylish, sophisticated and innovative eco-friendly clothing can be. Young designer Lara Miller (Chicago) creates beautiful clothes from handmade bamboo soft jerseys and unique wovens.
Lara Miller spring 2008 collection
Conceptual pieces within spring 2008 collection can be twisted, wrapped and flipped to reveal a new garment for each individual wearer. Balancing these conceptual designs are classic tailored garments with unique details. Smart, eco-friendly clothes that reveal one's individuality describe the future of fashion.
Lara Miller style means sophisticated comfortable clothing; the trademark FLIP Line encourages women to enjoy wearing a garment in various ways and make a display of their personal style. Watch the clip on her official website to see how a black jersey dress molds into several different LBD's.
Lara Miller FLIP line
Designer Lara Miller began her career in fashion while still studying at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After interning with local clothing companies, Lara began showcasing her designs at Wicker Park's fashion boutique, p45. A participation in Around the Coyote Arts Festival in 2002 as p45's Exhibiting Artist and her career took off. The Lara Miller collections are now carried in 17 retail stores in the U.S. and online at The Greenloop.
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