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Cameron Diaz Sports New Ecoist Handbag

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snipshot_fiqe0wpa3.jpgYes, this post is about handbags. But, as we mentioned with Paris, Ecoist handbags are starting to get some hollywood flashbulbs and we’re psyched for the company. From TMZ.com,

“Last week, Cameron Diaz showed up to boyfriend Justin Timberlake’s William Rast fashion show sporting an Ecoist handbag. The bag was specially made for Diaz and consists of recycled movie billboards, plastic clasps and zipper.”

How cool, right? Ecoist prides itself on having a full line of handmade handbags that use 100% recycled materials. Taken from their site,

“Ecoist recycles candy wrappers, food packages, billboards, and other materials that would otherwise end up in landfills. We are finding uses for waste-bound materials and will continue to do so until those non-biodegradable materials are no longer manufactured. Apart from recycling, Ecoist utilizes organic and earth-friendly fabrics in the manufacturing of it products.”

Way to go Cameron!

Photo: TMZ.com

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