by kelli
Categories: Fashion.

Get ready, Bay Area green shoppers! Thursday, September 27th is your lucky day to find all your favorite eco-friendly designers under one roof for the biggest eco-shopping event yet!

The Eco-Chic Shopping Event, Appel and Frank’s newest, greenest shopping night to date, features tons of cutting-edge must-haves from new green designers like Hiroko Kurihara , as well as the favorites we continue to love including Del Forte denim and Anna Cohen.

If you can take just a moments break from scouring the racks for the best in green fashion, grab yourself something to sip while you shop- they’ll have both all-natural cocktails from Sake2Me (bring your id, ladies and gentlemen!) and Ritual Roasters organic coffee on hand!

And if you’ve arrived at this not-to-miss event looking, um, amiss…they’ve got you covered for that, too! Head over to the complimentary beauty bars for a little pick-me up makeover by Brown Bag Botanicals, Amea, and San Francisco’s KamalaSpa.

Admission is $10, and a portion of the door proceeds will go to Friends of the Urban Forest. For more information, or to buy advance tickets, check out Appel and Frank.

Kelli Shields is an Ecorazzi contributor and is a community organizer with the Center for Biological Diversity.

About kelli

My name is Kelli, and I live in San Francisco, California with my wonderful five year-old…dog. I began contributing to ecorazzi.com in June, as a way to feed my insatiable appetite for gossip without totally loosing sight about what really matters. In my day job, I work as a community organizer for a great non-profit environmental organization, so environmentalism is both my interest and my profession. I’ve been an environmental activist for several years, and have had great experiences fighting for clean energy, against the destruction of imperiled forests’, and to protect endangered species. In my spare time, I write for ecorazzi.com, bike through the hectic city of San Francisco, volunteer as a children’s pottery instructor and tutor, knit at the dog park, and see a lot of live music.

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