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Summer Rayne Oakes Launches Source4Style Atelier Sustainable Design Workshops

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi reported that author, eco-model, and sustainability spokesperson Summer Rayne Oakes was launching Source4Style.com — an online destination for designers and retailers to search and source the world’s leading sustainable materials and services from a network of global suppliers. We’re excited to report that as of last week the site has officially launched!

Along with the new venture, Oakes also introduced the Source4Style Atelier — a series of experiential sustainable design workshops scheduled for San Francisco, New York, and London.

At the first set of Ateliers, participants will have the chance to learn about the evolution of environmental assessment in the apparel industry, what money-saving tools are currently available for your use, and  how to assess the environmental impact of an apparel and home item through the Eco Index.

Sounds fancy!

Ready to take your sustainable style to the next level? Check out Source4Style.com to find out more about the new workshops and how you can up your eco fashion game!

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