Skunkfunk strongly believes fashion and environmental and social concerns should go hand-in-hand
San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) June 15, 2011
Eco-conscious fashion fans are invited to New York and San Francisco clothing store Skunkfunk on Father’s Day weekend to help celebrate Dad. They are reducing their prices on their designer eco-friendly men’s clothing in San Francisco and New York to enable everyone to get Dad a Father’s Day present that keeps him looking good all year round.
“Skunkfunk strongly believes fashion and environmental and social concerns should go hand-in-hand” says store manager Lauren Kouffman, “We here at Skunkfunk really appreciate all that fathers do, and we want to celebrate them this year with some eco conscious clothing that they can feel good about wearing.”
This year new line of clothing consist of a large variety of items from tees to shorts to bags to belts and everything in between to help Dad look great for his special day and beyond. “The Spring/Summer 2011 collection has eleven groups of vegan accessories, which include bags, wallets and hats.” said Fabiola Gironi, co-manager of Skunkfunk SF. “Manufactured entirely without animal-derived materials, these items are a perfect Father’s Day gift.”
The international brand makes it a point to create its women’s and men’s clothing with sustainable materials including soybean protein fibers, organic cotton and bamboo fabrics, organic hemp, recycled polyester, recycled plastic bottles (polyurethane), and spun bamboo bark.
For more information about any of Skunkfunk SF’s products, call them at (415) 692-7678, view them on the web at shop http://www.shopskunkfunk.com, or visit their store located at 1475 Haight Street in San Francisco or 181 Orchard Street in New York.
About Skunkfunk SF
Skunkfunk SF is a Spanish-born San Francisco clothing store that specializes in environmentally-friendly children’s, men’s, and women’s clothing in San Francisco. Skunkfunk serves customers in San Francisco, New York City, various European cities, and online.
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