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Planet Green Announces New Series Following Eco-Fashion Designer John Patrick

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Planet Green has given a green light to “The John Patrick Show,” a six-part series which follows eco-fashion designer John Patrick, creator of John Patrick Organic, as he and his team strive to create a sustainable fashion line for Fall Fashion Week.

“The nature of design has changed, and its future will bring a revolutionary consciousness. In partnering with me to produce the first truly conscious fashion TV show, Planet Green has shown an extraordinary commitment to that revolutionary spirit,” said John Patrick. “I am confident that ‘The John Patrick Show’ will be one that does not disappoint-bringing surprises, insight and a look at the ‘real’ process of how fashion is actually made.”

The show will address the demands of the fashion industry and watch as John Patrick works to stay true to the Organic line which delivers high fashion with an ethical edge.

John Patrick offers a rare, fresh approach to the fashion world, satisfying the fashion fix and curiosity of conscious consumers and style mavens alike,” said Laura Michalchyshyn, president and general manager, Planet Green, Discovery Health, FitTV and TreeHugger.com. “‘The John Patrick Show’ is vicarious peek into the perils, triumphs and payoffs of this industry from the viewpoint of John Patrick-a bona fide innovator and unforgettable personality who is reshaping the traditional notion of fashion.”

The 30-minute episodes of “The John Patrick Show” are scheduled to debut in early 2011 during Planet Green’s all-new primetime programming block. John Patrick will post weekly blogs at PlanetGreen.com throughout the run of the series.

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