Love fashion? Love it even more when it has a green twist? Then you’ll love EcoSalon’s weekly roundup of eco fashion picks. Enjoy!
What’s more eco fashion than babes on bikes? Berlin-based writer Abigail Wick takes us on a tour of the late summer cycle fashion in this European hotspot.
Lover of eco beauty products? Great! But sometimes it’s good to go without. Kristen Arnett reminds us of why it’s important to take a break from makeup.
You think models have a “model” life but by the time New York fashion week is over, they cringe and begin to complain about getting their makeup done and some even hide from us! Taking into consideration we makeup artists coat every part of their skin that is showing once they are dressed, you understand why. Last year I worked on a model who complained that her eyelashes hurt from all the makeup that was constantly put on and taken off during fashion month.
A vintage collection from Blondie’s Debbie Harry to benefit clean rivers? Yes, please!
Riverkeeper says this 30-piece collection of vintage clothing spans Harry’s entire musical career and includes vintage ’40s day dresses that she often wore with cowboy boots early in her career, ’30s sheer lace dresses, a Patrik Kelly leopard stretch velvet dress, a bubble gum pink leather jacket, a two-piece chartreuse suit deigned by Steven Sprouse, 1990’s suit from Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs dresses, along with many other custom made dresses. All items in the collection will be sold with pink hang tags that are signed by Debbie Harry. Prices range from $500 to $5500.
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