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Celebrities Support Eco-Fashion At LA Fashion Week

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Do you like fashion that has more offer than just dead meat? Well then the Green Initiative Show at LA Fashion Week would have been just your cup of organic, shade grown, fair trade tea.

The Green Initiative Show was dreamt up by Mikey Koffman from The Gallery Los Angeles and helped spotlight some of today’s hottest eco-fashion. Now we all know that green fashion is like a celebrity magnet, and this event was no different. Celebs like Amy Smart, Anna Getty, and Shar Jackson were rumored to have been perched in the front row simply drooling over the green garb.

Here’s what the designers had to offer:

M the Movement designed by Simplicio Michael Luis gave you jeans, sweaters, tailored shirts, and jackets, all made of sustainable materials. Lady Muse by Mathilde, presented Edwardian-inspired, limited edition “desposyni” coats constructed from “rescued fabrics.” Andria Rain Tees helps support the Costa Rican rain forest with their signature gear that they so proudly paraded down the catwalk. Barbara Boswell impressed with outfits made of bamboo, soy, organic cotton, and linen. Finally, Rene Geneva Design rocked corset-based eveningwear, satin dresses, and micro minis, all designed with handmade organic textiles.

Well sketch me down, cut me out and box me up…I’m sold! Let’s all say a collective thanks to those eco-designers and to Mikey Koffman from The Gallery Los Angeles for working so hard on such a groovy fashion show. THANK. YOU.

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