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Adrian Grenier Partners With Gilt For Sustainable Sale

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Long time eco advocate Adrian Grenier and his website SHFT have teamed up with Gilt.com to feature environmentally friendly men’s fashions and other items for the home.

Amongst his selections are the highly adored line of vegan bags from designer Matt and Nat. Other eco brands of men’s fashion include Edun, Nau and Simple Shoes. It’s not just clothes though. In the shop you’ll find bicycles, backpacks, lamps, journals and even a gravity defying garden.

Grenier says about the choice of products, “The common thread in all of what we do together is whatever we present has a high esthetic value, made well, quality–it’s something that you’d want, but at the same time has a very meaningful, sustainable element to it.”

Grenier adds that unlike a lot of celebrities, he’s not simply phoning it in to improve his image. Making sustainable choices has been a cause he’s been involved with for a long time now. I’ve got to say, so far I’m liking the items he’s put together.

Via Vegetarian Star

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