ADROVER’S TRIFECTA: Miguel Adrover will be back on the New York Fashion Week scene, showing off three different ventures. The designer is jetting in from his home in Majorca to present his signature collection on Feb. 11 at Teatro Latea on Suffolk Street. That will include the capsule collection for Hessnatur, the eco-friendly label he first teamed with in 2008.
On Feb. 12, Adrover will be at Jimmy in The James hotel, when another socially conscious label, Savage Senses, debuts a limited edition assortment. Started by Gary Nelson, David Didio and Waldo Tejada, the brand aims to play up handmade goods and will donate 10 percent of sales to environmental and social concerns. Adrover has created an organic T-shirt that will be sold Feb. 15 to 29 at Casa Di Moda. There will be only 25 units each of the $175 women’s and men’s shirts, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Wine to Water. The initiative will coincide with founder Doc Hendley’s new book “Wine to Water: A Bartender’s Quest to Bring Clean Water to the World.”
This story first appeared in the January 30, 2012 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.