New Women’s Eco Fashion Brand Combines Modern Design With Organic Fibers

Kate Fisher was making eco-conscious clothes in the ’90s. “I do this because I believe in it. Not because it’s a trend,” she says.

For over 20 years, Fisher ran a company, Synergy, that made clothes from primarily natural, organic fibers and sold them widely in stores such as Whole Foods. Now, she’s launching a new brand, WVN (pronounced as “woven”) that has more modern, design-forward styles ranging from athleisure wear to block printed one-of-a-kind dresses.

“There’s been a certain amount of greenwashing happening over the years as it becomes more trendy to be sustainable,” Fisher says. “I welcome all the growing interest and new companies getting into

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