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Dominika Wolski Is New The Face Of Eco-Friendly Bling

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Why did the Polish woman cross the road? To wear eco-friendly jewelry, of course!!! Ecorazzi has just learned that Polish-born actress, Dominika Wolski, who’s maybe best known for the Canadian television series, jPOD, has gone green. Wolski is currently the spokeswoman for Froote, the brainchild of celebrity designer Elizabeth Moore, and the “first eco-friendly red-carpet jewelry line.” Previously, Moore has designed bling for Cindy Crawford and worked with a slew of other A-listers.

Dominika Wolski talks about her decision on the Huffington Post, where she says, “My own choice to be a “face of Froote” instead of other brands represented how much visiting the set of “Blood Diamond” and learning the history of one aspect of a glamorous icon had influenced me. Interestingly, though they only had time in the credits to specify this, “Blood Diamond” did not discourage wearing diamonds altogether but instead consumers ensuring that the sources of their diamonds were legitimately clean. ”

Go view Froote’s luscious (yeah that’s right, luscious) website to learn more. You know, I’m shopping for some ice myself. Do you think they make eco-friendly pimp cups?

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