The Sun Posted on 01 August 2008
"A designer is launching a range of underwear - made from bamboo.
It is pulped and then spun into fibres to be woven and dyed.
It is said to be more eco-friendly than cotton because it is quick to grow, does not need pesticides an it is biodegradable. The undies are soft and strong, and cost from around £30.
Joanna Ketterer, 26 - who runs London-based firm Luva Huva - said: "People often have the perception that environmentally-sound clothing lacks style and comfort. With this new range I have tried to show they can have both."