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Peace-Loving Singer Ringo Starr Endorses J Gerard's Eco-Chic Designs

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Looks like today is just a Beatles kind of day!  Earlier this afternoon Ecorazzi reported that Paul McCartney faced a leathery situation while staying at a Texas hotel on his road trip across America. In other green news, it’s just been announced that ex-Beatle, Ringo Star, is endorsing designer J Gerard as his go-to designer for Peace Couture & “peace gear.” 

Ringo is all about the peace issue and even wanted his birthday to officially be known as “Peace and Love Day”, so it’s no surprise that he’s endorsing a designer with some eco-suave taste.  J Gerard is known for her green stance and was one of the very first designers to create fashion in bamboo fabrics and to use corn with organic cotton. I LIKE!

Ringo isn’t the only celeb to wear J Gerard, Miranda Lambert wore the designer during her performance at this year’s ACM Awards and then walked away with the album of the year. Coincidence? I THINK NOT! Other stars include CHER, B-52’s Kate Pierson, Prince, Patti Smith, Sheila E, Dave Matthews, Angelina Jolie, Miley Cyrus, Bob Dylan and the cast of HBO’s Entourage.

To learn more visit JGerardDesignStudio.com.

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