Organic Fabric Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Organic Fabric Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Organic Fabric Sayings By Stella McCartney: Depending on the season, between 20 and 30 percent of my collections contain some sort Depending on the season, between 20 and 30 percent of my collections contain some sort of eco or sustainable element, whether it's a beautiful organic fabric or a natural dye. And obviously I don't use animal skins or fur of any kind. — Stella McCartney
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Organic Fabric Sayings By Ziad K. Abdelnour: The wealth of America isn't an inventory of goods; it's an organic,living entity, a fragile, The wealth of America isn't an inventory of goods; it's an organic,
living entity, a fragile, pulsing fabric of ideas, expectations, loyalties,
moral commitments, visions, and people. To slice it up like an apple
pie and redistribute it would destroy it just as surely as trying to share
Stephen Hawking's intellect by sharing slices of his brain would surely
kill him. — Ziad K. Abdelnour
Organic Fabric Sayings By Rei Kawakubo: I started with wanting to think about witches, about strong women who have special powers I started with wanting to think about witches, about strong women who have special powers - who are often misunderstood. Then I found some beautiful blue fabric, so I made Blue Witches. My creative process is always like that. Organic, text, theme, subtext, each day evolving and trying to make strong, beautiful clothes. It's that simple. — Rei Kawakubo
Organic Fabric Sayings By Daniel Pinchbeck: If consciousness is the ground of being rather than an epiphenomenon of physical processes, we If consciousness is the ground of being rather than an epiphenomenon of physical processes, we may find that a basic question asked by modern astronomy and space science- 'Is there life out there?'- should be rephrased. Organic life, as well as intelligence, may already be a property enmeshed in the fabric of the cosmos, brought to fruition through the spiraling dynamics of the solar system and the galaxy, built into the structure of the universe itself. — Daniel Pinchbeck