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Eco-friendly Shalom Graces Cover of Domino's Green Issue

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Cover-girl Shalom Harlow is looking green and gorgeous on the cover of this month’s Domino magazine (on newsstands now).

Inside the green issue, compiled in partnership with the good folks over at TreeHugger, Harlow outlines her favourite eco-fashions (Anna Cohen, Linda Loudermilk, Stuart + Brown), her fantasy eco-date (an afternoon at a sculpture museum and working farm) and her every day green habits (which include composting in her New York city apartment – way to go Shalom!)

When asked if she would date a Hummer driver, she replied, “I don’t want to discriminate, but I can’t imagine being attracted to someone with those values.” So what exactly would Shalom’s ideal green date? “An afternoon at Storm King – a sculpture museum in the Hudson Valley, and a meal at nearby Blue Hill at Stone Barns, which has a working farm. Of course, we’d drive there in a hybrid.”

There is no evidence yet that Harlow’s commitment to the environment matches that of Summer Rayne, but it’s great to see more fashion models becoming role models and looking hot in vintage and eco clothing.

Also inside the issue – to guide any DIY home-decorating or renovating projects – are the top 125 green design products and people. The only thing I’m wondering is whether the issue was printed using eco-friendly dyes and recycled paper?

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