In a world full of change, it seems like nowadays everyone is finally doing their part to help one another. Among the trends, restoring Mother Nature to her former glory is one of the biggest sought after changes. I think Al Gore’s Global Warming speech scared us just a tad bit. Now we have canvas shopping bags, electronic cars and organic foods. Among the many influences, the fashion industry is one of the most influential in pushing eco-consciousness into the mainstream; it’s even created the subcategory of Eco-Fashion. (Check out the Eco Fashion Week video at the end of the post.) Eco-Fashion, in short, means earth-conscious fashion labels that use sustainable, recycled and organic materials. Many of these fashion labels not only create eco-friendly garments and shoes, but they also donate proceeds to various non-profit organizations.