Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Our First Press Release!

Ecolissa Provides Vegan Clothing For Green Consumers

Sunday, 06 February 2011 10:14
Written by GoGreenPress

Online Women’s Clothing Boutique Opens Up Eco-Friendly and Vegan Fashion to the Conscious, and Stylish, Consumer

(WESTBOROUGH, MA., February 4, 2011) Ecolissa, an online vegan women’s clothing boutique, is making vegan clothing more mainstream and accessible with a wide range of original and highly fashionable items that are good for the planet as well as great looking. Melissa Dion, the boutique’s owner, is sharing her cruelty-free alternatives with the vegan community and beyond with clothing that does not use animal based materials like leather, fur, silk, wool, suede and down feathers. “The cruelty apparent in leather and fur is not so obvious in wool, silk and down feathers, but these materials can be just as inhumane,” says Dion.

The Ecolissa boutique only carries fashionable vegan style with eco-friendly clothing and accessories. The online store specializes in dresses and easy to wear separates, like wraps or coats, and carries popular vegan brands like Mata Traders, Second Eco Denim, Zen Essentials and Ecoskin. “With all the new eco-friendly designers, you can look amazing and be fashionable in clothing and accessories that are made of sustainable materials such as organic cotton, bamboo, hemp, modal, tencel and soy.” Dion says. The boutique’s vegan style also includes fair-trade clothing, reclaimed materials and USA made vegan fashion.

Ecolissa has been featured on dozens of popular vegan blogs like Food Baby, Welcoming Kitchen and Green Vegan Living. The online store’s own successful vegan blog has become a premier source for vegan style, while her facebook page offers a multitude of resources for the vegan community such as eco-friendly tips, vegan product alternatives and information on vegan style and vegan living. The Ecolissa brand highlights the importance of creating an informative social network for vegan living to help boost ethical choices and extend the social reach of compassionate labels.



Media Contacts:
Melissa Dion, Ecolissa, 603.548.6239, melissa@ecolissa.com
Kate Jarosinska, GoGreenPress, 858.212.4930, kate@earth-list.com

For more information on Ecolissa:
 http://www.ecolissa.com/
3006 Windsor Ridge Dr.
Westborough, MA 01581

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