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Are You In…Or Are You Green? Project Runway Contestant Has Eco-Friendly Line

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Admit it. You know Heidi Klum’s Project Runway Season 5 is set to air on Wednesday. You pretended you didn’t watch the last four seasons. But you don’t have to hide anymore.

The 5th Season includes among its budding designers Leanne Marshall, of Portland, Oregon. Her line, Leanimal, integrates eco-friendly materials like hemp, bamboo and organic cottons. Marshall claims she uses eco-friendly materials on about a 50-50 basis, but tells VenusZine, “I would like it to be greater than that eventually.”

So would we. But until then, you’ve given us our first person to root for tomorrow night. Not that we watch.

via The Oregonian

Alli is an event planner, social media enthusiast and editor at www.nextgenerationevent.com, which focuses on enviro-conscious and tech-forward events.

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