Clothes on the Line, ECO Friendly Company Since 2004 Expand from Handbags to Men's wear

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Clothes on the Line, The Socially Responsible Accessories Company expand their Line.

Clothes on the line is a company that was establish in 2004 using ECO friendly fabrics in a time where going green and ECO products were not top of mind. Clothes on the line knew becoming natural would eventually help the environment and help those who make the bags.

For years Clothes on the line specialized in only handbags leaving those to wonder where the name came from since there were no clothes, until now!

Clothes on the line bring the natural fabrics by way of handbags using untreated raw wool and cotton based bags. This coming season Clothes on the line is proud to carry it's Men's line of shirts.

Julie Acevedo had traveled to small towns in the country and could not help but notice the indigenous women still weaving Cotton and wool by hand. Today, this tradition still exist and great products are produced by hand pesticide and chemical free.

All cotton fabrics for the Men's collection will be made using the natural cotton colors nature produced.

Cotton bags are one of the kind for the season, since the fabrics are made between cropping season and once the fabrics are dyed they may not be reproduced to the exact color again giving the uniqueness to each bag.

Using untreated raw wool for bags, is what have attracted customers to these special designed ECO friendly Handbags and now clothing.

About Clothes on the line
Clothes on the line is a company that was started to help the indigenous women continue to feed their families and help them grow as a community. Each year sales of the bags go to Pro-Diver, a non-profit a company in Central America that help clean rivers and lakes a staple in the everyday lives.

Look for the new line at the upcoming ECO Magic show Booth #9611 in August 2008 held in Las Vegas.

For more information please contact Julie Acevedo-Lopez at 818-470-7916, email You may visit the web site at


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