Philadelphia, PA, June 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Orgotton Launches Fall 2016 Collection
Women’s clothing made from organic fabrics produced ethically in Philadelphia.
Orgotton, a Philadelphia based apparel and accessories company, today announces the launch of their 12 piece Fall Collection. Orgotton blends ethical practices, organic fabrics, and local production to create a line with a focus on sustainability and multifunction. Each garment is handcrafted in Philadelphia and has been created with attention to fit, comfort, and style with sizes ranging from Extra Small to Large.
Orgotton co-founders and sisters, Kristy Carabello and Stef Emery, created the company when they saw a need for clothing that was both stylish and good for the environment. “Consumers can feel good about wearing Orgotton clothing because they know where it was made, who created it, and they can trust in the dedication and quality we put into our work,” said Stef.
Orgotton’s Collection includes “Infinity” pieces that have long straps that can be wrapped various ways to allow for multiple looks from one garment. The Infinity Collection consists of a long and short dress, a romper, and a body suit. We believe that it’s important to create things that last and are multifunctional,” explains Kristy.
The rest of the collections consists of jumpsuits, a racerback tank dress, a maxi skirt, short skirt, cardigan, leggings, and a camisole. All pieces are made from a blend of organic cotton, bamboo, and spandex.
In an effort to lessen their environmental footprint, all of Orgotton’s hangtags are made from plantable seeded paper. Once the hangtag is removed from the garment it can be planted and wildflowers will grow.
For more information please see lookbook attached or contact Kristy Carabello at email@example.com or 215-436-9326