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Shop & Win Amy Smart's Favorite Eco-Finds on LovingEco

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Amy Smart is teaming up with LovingEco, a hot new ethical flash sale site, to help raise funds for the Environmental Media Association. She has selected some of her absolute favorite eco-finds including Josie Maran Cosmetics, fabulous dresses from LTR, stylish sustainable jewelry from Kyler Designs, sunglasses from Kayu, sexy swimsuits from Kelly B and more fun dresses from Curator. And we’ve teamed up with LovingEco to offer up an incredible giveaway of eco-swag valued at $595 (see below).

LovingEco gives consumers all the style they want, but without the guilt. They host weekly sales (items up to 70% off) with companies that produce ethical items. What does ethical mean? Well, they label each product with terms like cruelty free, vegan, fair trade, recycled, made in the USA and organic.

In addition to introducing awesome responsible companies to kind-hearted fashionistas, they donate 3% to charity. How does a charity get chosen? LovingEco has a different eco-influential “tastemaker” each week who curates a boutique featuring the best products from that week’s brands. The tastemaker chooses which charity gets the cash.

This week, actress Amy Smart will be the tastemaker for LovingEco. By signing up for LovingEco’s daily deals, you’ll get the inside scoop on Smart’s eco style picks and, of course, the ability to buy ethical items at a nice discount.

Amy isn’t just in it for the fashion. She is the chairperson for the Environmental Media Association’s Young Hollywood Board. The EMA believes that through television, film and music, the entertainment community can affect change in a positive way. That means if you see a character on your favorite show coming home from shopping with his or her reusable bag, the EMA might have talked to the writers about including that eco-friendly behavior. They were also the smarty pants behind getting celebs to drive hybrid cars to award shows instead of riding in gas guzzling limos.

So you love the idea of LovingEco and you are dying to get your hands on some major eco swag?

One winner will be selected to receive a $595 value prize pack from LovingEco that includes:

Josie Maran Eye Love You Eye Palette (retail $42)
Josie Maran Black Mascara (retail $22)
KAYU Rawa bamboo sunglasses (retail $180)
Kelly B Women’s Hazel V-Back Dress in black size medium (retail $138)
Kyler by Joy O Rhodonite : Devotion pendant necklace in steel – large (retail $78)
KAYU Lillian Envelope clutch in purple (retail $135)

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MAIN ENTRY METHOD: Enter to win by commenting on this post with your favorite item from LovingEco’s deals this week. (Sign up for FREE on LovingEco to qualify for giveaway!)

Earn one additional entry per method listed below. Must be a member of LovingEco (sign up free) in order to be eligible for these additional entry methods.

Additional Entry #1: Visit the Ecorazzi Facebook page and enter via the LovingEco Contest tab.

Additional Entry #2: Follow @loving_eco and @ecorazzi on Twitter and tweet this message: I’m entering to win $595 worth of eco-swag from @loving_eco and @ecorazzi and you can, too! http://bit.ly/winlovingeco #lovingeco #giveaway

Additional Entry #3: Subscribers to Ecorazzi’s weekly newsletter: The Dirt, will receive additional instructions on how to enter for an additional chance to win.

Entries accepted until August 21, 2011 at 11:59 pm ET. One entry per method, per person. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Complete rules.

This post and fabulous giveaway is sponsored by LovingEco.

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