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Ethical Style Gives Chloé Jo Berman Some Q & A Time

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I almost missed this — but Ethical Style has Chloé Jo Berman rocking out the pages of their latest issue. The vegan beauty dishes on everything from her Girlie Girl Army empire to recycling to why vegan dresses need to sexed up. Check out some highlights below:

Can you tell us a little about Girlie Girl Army and what inspired you to create it?

GirlieGirl Army is “A Glamazon’s Guide to the Green Life.” It’s for fabulous girls (and guys) who care about being kind to Mama Earth and all her critters, too.

When I founded this site many years ago, there were few resources for people who wanted to live ethically AND fabulously. I knew hemp wasn’t my bag (unless it was on a Stella McCartney clutch), and I wanted to provide resources for other ladies of glamour who wanted tips on ethical (and animal-free) style, random bits of funny nonsense, and living tips — from what vitamins are best for your body type to DIY’ing your own cleaning products.

Okay, obligatory shoes and accessories question! Any favorites?

Shoes: I’m an Olsen Haus devotee. I rarely wear anything but. They are uber-stylish, totally eco-friendly, and vegan (so no animals have to die for me to look gorgina!). I also really like Charmone, Beyond Skin, and Stella McCartney shoes… but for the most part I’m rarely seen without my Olsen Haus!

For bags, I heart me some Matt & Nat, but I also rock some Crystalyn Kae and Vegan Queen.

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