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Chopper Couture Rocks Green With 2008 Eco Celebs Collection

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Canadian sustainable fashion brand Chopper Couture has released a new eco-friendly collection of clothing styles based on some of our favorite green celebrity ladies. You’ll recognize some familiar names such as Daryl Hannah, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sienna Miller Natalie Portman, Cameron Diaz, and others. One name in particular stands out for those of us in online green circles: Victoria Everman! This rising eco-model/writer is included in Chopper’s list and even has a beautiful shirt named in her honor. Way to go, E! 

What really makes Chopper Couture stand out in the fashion world is their use of Lyocell. Basically, it is a fabric created from cellulose, the main material in plant cells. It is 100% bio-degradable, creates optimum moisture and heat management, and does not require bleach to create a soft white color. 

It also helps that their styles are beautiful and easy to wear out on the town. Check out the official Chopper Couture website to have a look — and pick up your own “Angelina” or “Victoria” design! 

 

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