Banana and Pineapple

Collection by Tara Baoth Mooney

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This is a mood board to gather ideas for pineapple and banana and hemp fibers. This is like a collective mind map for us to pool strong images so that when we get the ecotextile project to a stage where we can develop marketing and branding ideas we can get a feel for what we want. ENJOY!

Tara Baoth Mooney
Beautiful pineapple crochet tablecloth Shawl for the Gypsy soul. Boho Gypsy, Hippie Bohemian, Modern Hippie, Hippie Style, Gypsy Style, Bohemian Style, Hippie Chick, Boho Chic, Crochet Shawl

Unique shawl/vest – The Enchantress

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origami hood by VEASYBLE project created by GAIA Gloria, Arianna, Ilaria and Adele -- instant privacy dome Paper Fashion, Origami Fashion, 3d Fashion, Fashion Details, Fashion Design, Dress Fashion, Fashion Trends, Mode Origami, Origami Art

Paper interference

Few things have the allure of a piece born out of humour and the Veasyble project by Gaia is a fabulous example of this. It makes s...

The national costume of the Philippines, the baro’t saya, is an elegant hybrid of Filipino and Spanish clothing styles. The term itself comes from the Tagalong words "barot at saya" or "blouse and skirt," still the basic components of the ensemble Philippines Outfit, Philippines Fashion, Maria Clara Dress Philippines, Filipiniana Wedding, Filipiniana Dress, Filipiniana Modern, Wedding Gowns, Belle Epoque, Corsage

Ensemble | Philippine | The Met

The national costume of the Philippines, the baro’t saya, is an elegant hybrid of Filipino and Spanish clothing styles. The term itself comes from the Tagalong words "barot at saya" or "blouse and skirt," still the basic components of the ensemble

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Merras ReadyToWear posted on Instagram: “#ready2wear #merrasrtw” • See 1,335 photos and videos on their profile.

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Dress1804-1814The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Dress 1804-1814 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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 Date: Culture: Philippine Medium: cotton, piña Dimensions: Length at CB: 33 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Rebecca Grand, 1963 Accession Number: Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Summer Wear, Summer Outfits, Barong Tagalog, Tribal Costume, Frock Coat, Summer Jacket, Costume Collection

Frock coat | Philippine | The Met

The production of pineapple cloth is specific to the Philippines and West Indies. Woven by hand from the leaf fiber of the pineapple plant, and often embellished with intricate embroidery, this highly valued fabric was fashioned into clothing and accessories that were a part of the traditional Filipino cultural heritage for centuries

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Accessory set | Philippine | The Met

The production of pineapple cloth is specific to the Philippines and West Indies. Woven by hand from the leaf fiber of the pineapple plant, and embellished with intricate embroidery, this highly valued fabric was fashioned into clothing and accessories that were a part of the traditional Filipino cultural heritage for centuries

Beaded satin flapper dress, Featuring dazzling embellishment of silver-lined crystal beads and glittering rhinestones. The intricate pattern—the same on front and back—includes delicious stylized pineapples. Fashion 1920s, Folk Fashion, Art Deco Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Beaded Flapper Dress, Flapper Dresses, 1920s Dress, 1920s Clothing, Vintage Dresses

#c400 Beaded chiffon flapper dress at VintageTextile.com

Beaded chiffon flapper dress with soft pastel hues

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Philiipine Traditional Costumes

The Philippine Costumes Barong Tagalog for Men Barong Tagalog, the official national costume of Filipino men, originated from the northern part of the Philippines, and is originally made…

Eco-friendly plant-based fabric alternatives to cotton -- Pineapple, coconut, banana Textile Industry, Pineapple Coconut, Plastic Pollution, Lacemaking, Ethical Fashion, Biodegradable Products, Sustainability, Plant Based

Look Out Cotton, These 3 Fruits Are Shaking Up the Textile Industry

From fabric, to food, to feed, cotton has thousands of uses. Its ubiquitous presence, however, is entrenched with a long, brutal history that tremendously affects our world today. The Organic Consumers Association said that cotton is the most toxic crop in the world, using more than 25 percent of al...