Loomstate for ShopHouse

Loomstate is making it's way into the food industry. You might consider this is a curious combination of worlds...and you are perfectly correct!  We are bringing together two seemingly unrelated industries, food and fashion, to show you that....it's all connected. Our organic cotton plants follow two paths, but they end up in the same place...you! Our cotton gets made into apparel that ends up on your bodies and the cotton seed is fed to meat and dairy cows, generating food to keep you healthy. So, you see, food and fashion are more intertwined than most think.

We are happy to consider ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen a new member of our organic cotton family! Like us, they care about their ingredients and the health of their customers. Stop by their DC location or find them at Chipotle's Cultivate Festival for a mixed bowl of fresh vegetables, artisanal tofu, responsibly-raised meats, and warm curries and sauces.  You might also admire their signature organic cotton uniforms made by yours truly. 
Tim (wearing Loomstate for Chipotle) and Minh Tsai from Hodo Soy Beanery,
where ShopHouse sources their organic tofu.

Photos via ShopHouse.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for connecting the two-I love Loomstate! I had no idea how the two industries were connected until I talked with Eco-fashion trailblazer Marci Zaroff. I had never really thought of movements like Veganism and environmentalism as directly linked to fashion, but it really made sense after speaking with her. Here is a link to the interview: http://listengirlfriends.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/are-our-clothes-toxic-marci-zaroff-eco-fashion-trailblazer-weighs-in/