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Take A Tour Of Livia Firth's Eco Age London Shop (Video)

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Our favorite eco-chick Starre Vartan recently had the opportunity to visit Livia and Colin Firth’s green shop in London called “Eco Age” and receive a personal tour of the premises.

“Livia gave me a tour (see video above) of her store, which carries her own carefully edited (and strictly vetted) selection of eco fashion, home decor, and great gifts, and in the basement, an eco-materials consultancy (which I had no idea of until I was on the tour!),” writes Vartan over on The Huffington Post. “The amazing thing is that with the breadth of categories she covers with what she sells in the store, her awesome recycled furniture initiatives for London Design Festival, and the learning space and consultancy for eco materials (think flooring, tiles, fabrics and wallcovering) Livia’s doing so much besides running a store.”

Check out the video after the jump below!

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