Go Green. In celebration of Earth Day, here’s a look back at Vogue’s minimalist approach to representing eco-friendly designs in a new light.
“This season, designers embrace the eco-friendly ethos, presenting a luxurious approach to sustainable style:
Form and Function: Vera Wang’s architectural bustier gets it aerodynamic lift from strong hemp fibers, but its softness comes from “violence-free” silk, which is harvested without harming the silkworms that spun the threads.” –Vogue, November 2010: “Naturally Refined” (Fashion Editor: Tonne Goodman)
Did you know? “Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilize the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.” –Earth Day Network
Make a difference. The possibilities are endless! Check out Earth Day 2011′s Guide for a list of ways you can help.
Go Green. In the words of Vogue.com, “There are more ways to be green than there are clean fish in the sea.” Check out “The Green List” for Vogue’s roundup of the new, most stylish means for living in harmony with nature.
Sustainable Beauty. Check out “An Earth Day Bounty of Sustainable Beauty” for Interview Mag’s roundup of eco-friendly beauty products.
How are you celebrating Earth Day? What earth friendly fashion items do you love? What’s your fav eco-friendly product? We’d love to hear from you! Tweet us @VeraWangGang!