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Stars Come Out To Support New Eco-Fashion Boutique, Menemsha

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mene.jpgThe stars aligned for the opening of a new eco conscious fashion boutique on Ventura Boulevard last week called Menemsha. Located in Studio City, CA, the shop aims “to create an ultra-chic destination for those seeking environmentally friendly, contemporary designs boasting impeccable style for Men, Women and Children.” We’re psyched to see more of these fashion destinations popping up.

Celebs in attendance included Eva La Rue from CSI:Miami, soap stars Sean Kanan, Patrika Darbo, Tamara Braun and Kate Linder, Ed Begley Jr.’s beautiful wife, Rachelle Carson, international film actress, Bai Ling, and many more. VeeV Vodka and Burch Hall Winery rounded out the liquor while organic dishes were prepared by Hana Chef, Shawn Kroop.

Some of the sustainable brands you’ll find at Menemsha include Linda Loudermilk, Passenger Pigeon, Loomstate, Stewart + Brown, David Aubrey and Tom’s Shoes. We’re excited to welcome them to the green fashion scene and wish them the best of luck in carving a niche in LA. For more information, check out Menemsha’s official site here.

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