Jeff Garner–Ethical Vision

 

Jeff Garner is a man with a vision for the future and a mission to make clothes that are not only beautiful but also eco-aware. This is why he started Prophetik. His passion for ethically sourced and made clothing is truly awe inspiring, its this passion that has led to Hollywood director James Cameron and his wife Suzy getting behind the brand and now they’re two of his biggest and most high profile supporters. Everything about his garments is ethical even down to the dyes he uses to colour his clothing but you don’t have to take my word for it. You can hear it from the man himself.

In this short film he shows you the processes involved in the making of his designs, hear his reasons for starting Prophetik, observe the design process and even watch catwalk footage from shows in both the USA and the UK. After watching this video you’ll understand why I’m so in awe of this inspirational man and what he’s doing at Prophetik to change the face of fashion and hopefully you’ll fall in love with him just like I did. He truly is a visionary.

 

Don’t forget to check out the Prophetik website here

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Comments

  1. It’s always great to hear about emerging desighners who are going down the ethical route. Thanks for sharing as i wouldn’t have heard about him/Prophetik!
    x.o.x.o

  2. My dear Fuyume, I had lost track of your blog. i am sooooooooooooooo glad to find you, and your new page again.
    Adding you to my blogroll.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  3. So awesome…You are certainly a wealth of info on ethical fashion lady! xoxo

  4. Thank you for your commitment to covering ethical designers. I remember you mentioned Prophetik when I covered Mrs. Colin Firth’s eco red carpet challenge. I love the way eco-fashion has evolved and entered the realm of high fashion in such a short time.

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