Because I’m a Capricorn moon, I’ve ALWAYS been drawn to traditional, chic, natural, minimalist fibers and wares. And anyone that is interested in holistic garment materials is certainly familiar with Eileen Fisher’s approach to cleaner fibers that don’t compromise quality, luxury, and minimalism.
I’ve been a LONG-standing fan of her clothing and home linens, for I still remember my first organic Eileen Fisher sheet set at age twenty-five. So it’s no surprise that I’m completely freaking out that 83% of Eileen Fisher's spring linens are organic. The whole line “started with a flax seed, was planted in healthy soil, and nurtured through natural ingredients” to create this organic perfection. By 2020 all of Eileen Fisher’s linen will be organic!!! And this particular season makes my Japanese obsessed aesthetic and androgynous style skip a heartbeat.
It’s conscious larger companies like this one that I point to when people tell me that it’s un-scalable or impossible to create clean clothes on a larger scale. I’m extra grateful for this company pioneering the shift in clean, chic, conscious consumerism.
And if a $1,000 Eileen Fisher shopping spree sounds like your jam, I suggest taking this “actually” easy and super well-curated quiz that asks meaningful questions surrounding Earth Day and conscious consumerism.
Here are my absolute favorite pieces from 2016’s organic line.