If GORE-TEX never looked right on you and you’ve always hankered for more bean curd in your life, the free market has an option.
Knitwit, a California-based women’s clothing company, announced Friday that its new “Tofu Cashmere Fall 2009 Collection” will be ready in late July.
The clothing line - which includes a printed zip hoodie, crew-necks and wraps – is made up of 15 percent cashmere and 85 percent soybean, the company said. Clothing pieces start at about $110.
The company touts that the clothing line comes from the unused protein of tofu, soybean milk and soybean oil.