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'Entourage' Star Emmanuelle Chriqui Talks Green Living

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When it comes to interviews with green celebs, we’re lucky to have Rachel Sarnoff of EcoStiletto.com hooking up with some of the best in Hollywood. Her latest exclusive to hit the site is with Entourage beauty Emmanuelle Chriqui. Check out some highlights below:

On her favorite green fashion labels:

“I’m still learning. I love Alexx Jae, which is awesome. I love their style, and their idea of using [upcycled fabric] from other companies. I wear Alexx Jae all the time. I also love anything made from bamboo—jeans, shirts, anything. I don’t understand why everybody doesn’t want to dress that way; it feels amazing—softer than the softest old t-shirt!”

“The whole thing is an exploration. Fashion, cosmetics—I feel like every day there’s a new something that’s all natural, all organic, no parabens. I love going to Erewhon and using Jason Body Wash. Just switching out everything and replacing it with the good kind.”

On the biggest green change she’d like to make in her life:

“One day I want my home to be entirely green. Everything—every couch and mattress and solar panel and light bulb—everything environmentally conscious and efficient but so completely luxurious and lovely that people will be shocked. I would love to do that. Eventually.”

On her worst eco-sin:

“I would say my worst eco-sin is not being diligent about my recycling. Some weeks I’m great—I hardly have any garbage at all! And some weeks I’m like, “Wow. I have a lot of garbage.” And my consumption of water bottles. I need to get organized. I’m moving, and in my next place I want to get the Kagan whole-house water filter. The bottles are such a big no-no.”

Check out the full interview over on EcoStiletto.com!

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