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Coyote Brush…a new sunny yellow color in our Medicinal Clothing Collection!

Posted by on Oct 28, 2012 in Uncategorized // 0 comments

Introducing a NEW color in our Medicinal Clothing Collection!

 

Our Medicinal Clothing Collection has been updated in our online boutique!

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We have added a new color to the collection. This sunny yellow comes from Coyote Brush (Baccharis pilularis), a widely abundant shrub of southern Oregon and California. Considered a nuisance weed in many a California garden, this highly resinous plant was an absolute joy to make into dye. It has a delicious lemony smell while being cooked, and along with white sage and eucalyptus wood smoke, you will notice the fantastic smells when you open up one of our Medicinal Clothing items.

Interested in Medicinal Clothing?  This is another modality in treating skin issues like eczema and psoriasis. Inflammation issues on the skin may experience relief with the repeated wearing of medicated cloth. We are encouraging people to connect with their local fiber guild to locate dye plants in their bioregion, which may also have some medicinal benefit for health issues. Take back your own health. Experiment with this thousands of year old technique called Ayurvastra, which has been practiced in India for millenia.

Does your baby suffer from skin issues? This onesie may offer relief.

Click here to see this coyote brush onesie in more detail.

1% of all our profits go to Fibershed, a non-profit organization that provides experiential education that both generates awareness, and teaches the necessary skills within our community to build and sustain a thriving bioregional textile culture that functions hand-in-hand with principles of ecological balance, local economies, and regional organic agriculture.

Wrap your lovely self in Wild Nettle luxuriousness. Lace shawls reduced to $69.

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in Uncategorized // 0 comments

 

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We’ve reduced our lovely Wild Nettle Lace Shawls. Incredibly versatile, fabulously gorgeous. Click the link above to learn more and purchase one while they’re still there. Learn more about where the nettle is harvested and how it is processed using wood ashes & white clay by clicking here. You can also watch this video to see how the processed fibers are then handspun and then hand knit by Kulung Rai village women at the foothills of Mt. Everest.

Savage Designs Press Release

Posted by on Oct 3, 2012 in Uncategorized // 0 comments

Los Angeles, CA, October 03, 2012 –(PR.com)– Savage Designs(TM) has released
its first fashion and beauty collection this fall including a complete line of
ready-to-wear designs made from wild plant materials like stinging nettles,
milkweed fibers, among other plants and Medicinal Clothing which has been
infused with highly concentrated, wild medicinal plant dyes. The line includes
the first, all-natural, organic hair extensions, Jungali DreadsTM also made from
wild nettles. The stylish eco-friendly clothing line and hair accessories are available
at savagedesigns.net and retail from ($8 – $400).
Sunny Savage, the energetic host of the popular lifestyle television series Hot on the
Trail with Sunny Savage (airing on Veria TV) states, “I’ve been working to create
some of the most fashion-forward designs for 5 years. We are the first company in the
US to offer all-natural organic hair extensions which are made from wild nettles. In
addition to also offering clothing made from wild nettles, we are the first US-company
to create wild milkweed fiber clothing. And, we are also offering a revolution in
alternative health care through our Medicinal Clothing line which has been infused
with highly concentrated wild medicinal plant dyes,” Savage adds.

Savage Designs, founded in 2007, is dedicated to the health of its customers and the
health of the planet, encouraging the utilization of sustainable, natural resources in
native environments. Savagedesigns.net offers lifestyle tips, videos of indigenous
villagers creating wild plant fibers at the foothills of Mt. Everest, and an online
boutique showcasing the best of eco-haute couture.

For a limited time only, every item purchased comes with a complimentary bag of
nettle tea, Wild Styling Comb made from wild nettles and bamboo, and a bamboo
clothespin to encourage line drying.

About Sunny Savage and Hot on the Trail
Hot on the Trail with Sunny Savage takes you on adventures throughout the United
States showing how to identify, harvest, and prepare wild foods into nutritious
gourmet meals as well as where Savage sources the clothing for her fashion line.
veria.com/tv/show/hot-on-the-trail

For more information or interviews:
Contact sunnysavagedesigns@gmail.com or call 218-368-0290.

Source: Savage Designs

Related Links
http://wildclothingstore.com/
http://wildclothingstore.com/jungali-dreads/
http://wildclothingstore.com/medicinal-clothing/
http://www.facebook.com/SavageDesignsClothing?ref=hl
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jungali-Dreads/338436712914241?ref=hl

Our Sweepstakes is Live…be sure to enter to win our Wild Styling Comb Party Pack!

Posted by on Oct 3, 2012 in Uncategorized // 0 comments

Visit our Facebook Page to enter our sweepstakes.
Be sure to LIKE us while you're there!

Enter for the chance to win 10 fantastically useful Wild 
Styling Combs between now and October 20th. These are the 
best styling tools we've ever used, and can also be used 
as an accessory to wear in the hair (photo). Tease your 
hair in seconds, or create a super slick look. Made from 
bamboo and Wild Nettle by the Kulung Rai tribe at the 
foothills of Mt. Everest. What would you do with 10 of 
these Wild Styling Combs? Have a party of course! Invite 
your friends! Celebrate your beauty. *Winner will be 
emailed within one week after the sweepstakes end* Shipping 
included. No Purchase Necessary. Sweepstakes ends 20 
October, 2012 at 11:00pm CST.

															

Welcome!

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in Uncategorized // 0 comments

 Welcome everyone!

We are sooooo excited to be launching Savage Designs. This has been 5 years in the making, and it finally feels like we’re all put together and ready to share what we’ve been up to. What is it to be Savage? What is the wild? We don’t know…but we like exploring them. Please have a look around.

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