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Reality Star Whitney Port Is Inspired By Eco Fashion

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Reality star Whitney Port might not be a shining example of environmentalism, but we’re happy to hear she’s working on improving her game.

EcoStiletto.com recently sat down with the star to discuss her fashion line, reality television career, and partnership with eBay.

Port is part of the eBay Fashion Team and says she loves vintage (read: reused and way more sustainable) clothing for both the fashion and environmental aspects.  Although she isn’t really an environmentalist, the television star is striving to be more eco-aware and even to incorporate more sustainable fabrics in her new line, Whitney Eve.

“I’m so new,” she said. “So right now I’m just trying to get the hang of the whole process. But eventually I really want to find out how that whole technique works.”

Fingers crossed she follows through. Eco fashion is the way to go!

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