By  on October 30, 2007

Green might be one of Australia's national colors (the other is gold) but, to date, eco-awareness hasn't been a national fashion priority.

Melbourne-based Lisa Gorman hopes to change that. In June, Gorman became the first mainstream Australian fashion designer to launch an organic range. A subbrand to her eight-year-old Gorman line, which boasts a $4.5 million retail sales volume, Gorman Organic is a line of basics made from fibers and yarns that are either organically produced or grown wild and harvested using environmentally sensitive methods.

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