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Playboy Playmates Pose Green For New Eco Ezine!

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When starting your first online green magazine, including more than a half-dozen Playboy Playmates as your article models is probably not a bad business decision.

Actress, model, writer and philanthropist (damn, girl) Carrie Stevens has embraced that idea with the launch of her new green lifestyle magazine entitled Envi-image.com. The site “provides in-depth coverage of the green lifestyle, showcasing the latest in environmentally friendly apparel, jewelry, make-up, and hair and skincare products.” Oh yea, it also features beautiful Playmates to round out the content.

Models Angel Boris, Daphne Duplaix, Kona Carmack, Rhonda Adamss, Spencer Scott, Vanessa Gleason and Nicole Narain are all features in the hottest new organic, recyclable styles. And yes, the site is safe for work! Not only that, the beautiful photos (all taken by eco-minded photographer Steven May) do a wonderful job showing off just how incredible eco-friendly threads can look on the body. Envi-image’s mission is to make everyone a bit more environmentally conscious. Stevens said, “You don’t have to sacrifice your sex appeal to be eco-friendly — if a product is good for the planet, it is good for you
and your appearance.”

We couldn’t agree more. To check out the beautiful green eye-candy yourself (and great content!), jump here to visit the site.

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