Exclusive: EcoSalon + Feral Childe ‘Stop the Fashion Pirates’ T-Shirts on Sale!

ExclusiveFeral Childe and EcoSalon partner to create a limited edition t-shirt designed to make you feel rebellious for fashion.

The sustainable fashion community was infuriated when fast fashion giant Forever21 knocked off indie eco-label Feral Childe – and as word spread online, so was everyone else. Petitions were signed, Facebook pages were started and mainstream audiences actually took note. It wasn’t hard to see why they garnered so much support: With Feral Childe’s devoted following, Forever21 had picked the wrong little guy to pick on.

Jezebel wrote: “Forever 21 has been sued for copying more than 50 times by designers including Anna Sui and Diane von Furstenberg.”

A lack of originality is nothing new to Forever21. EcoSalon and Feral Childe collaborated to create this limited edition print. With it, we say, “Screw fast fashion!” And hello to empowering independent designers.

The organic cotton t-shirt comes in small, medium, large and extra large and features Feral Childe’s stolen print with “Stop the Fashion Pirates,” sprinkled throughout the pattern. Supplies are extremely limited! They are being sold exclusively through EcoSalon for only $30. Support real, independent, sustainable fashion and celebrate Feral Childe today.

To purchase, please inquire by emailing us: editor@ecosalon.com

Here’s a quick look at some of the fabulous ladies who proudly sport them already!

Anna Brones, EcoSalon’s Marketing Manager

Bright Young Things Designer, Eliza Starbuck

Eco-Chick founder and eco fashion It Girl, Starre Vartan

Green House of Fashion founder, Zanna Schumacher

Amy DuFault

Amy DuFault is a conscious lifestyle writer, consultant and fashion instigator. She resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.