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Project GreenHouse Rises Again At 2008 Sundance Film Festival

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For the second year, Project Greenhouse (once again sponsored by Lexus) will rise amongst the crowds at the Sundance Film Festival and show off the latest in good green living. From January 18th through the 22nd, you can — by appointment — visit 306 Main Street and enjoy organic beverages, organic chocolate tastings, Lexus hybrid test drives, and eco-fashion.

New to the project this year is the Eco-Fashion Closet, showcasing and curating the latest sustainable designs from established and emerging designers. This year’s collection will include designs from Oscar de la Renta, Linda Loudermilk, Lara Miller, Bahar Shapar, DDCLAB, C.L.A.S.S. and more. What, no Stella?

At the end of the festival, Project Greenhouse will be offering general admission to an exclusive John Legend concert at Star Bar on the 19th. If you manage to get into the Greenhouse in the first place, make sure you grab your tickets early for this event!

For more information, hit the press release.

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