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Eco Chic Weekly – 25th Sept ’09

Posted on 25 September 2009

We’re a little later than usual with our round up this week but as they say, good things come to those who wait….

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Fair Trade line Suno’s 2010 collection

Eco Fashion World
Performance at the World Congress on Organic Cotton.

Eco Chick
Fall Eco Fashion Accessories: Drama, Color & Recycled Metal

Eco Diva
Juice Beauty Organic Facial Mask – Product Review.

Answers the question, “Why is Eco-Fashion So Expensive?”

Ethical Style
Harry Potter’s Emma Watson designs fair trade line

Feelgood Style
Strip away unwanted hait, naturally

Girlie Girl Army
Tells us about the world’s sexiest and most ethical black boots.

Green Grechen
Eco-Fashion deals & steals this week.

Green Lashes and Fashion
The best 5 vintage cuffs.

Heidi and Seek
What do you like about Heidi and Seek?

Video featuring Ecoluxury line by Swedish designer Camilla Norrback.

Modern Hippie Mag
New Online Resource for Greening Your Wedding.

Organic Beauty View
Max Green & Moko : A day of naturalbeauty discoveries.

The Alternative Consumer
NY eco fashion week wrap-up.

The GIN Lady
Solar power style by Bird Textiles.

The Green Girls
What to do with last season’s fall wardrobe.

The Thrifty Chicks
Shopping Golightly trips to the mall and what does she see?

London Fashion Week and the Esthetica showcase.

Eco Chic Weekly is coordinated by the fantastic ADQ of Fashion Evolved.

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Vicky - who has written 234 posts on Green Girls Global Blog.

Vicky coordinates the GGG blogs and is co-founder of the ethical website design team Make Hay. Make Hay build beautiful, accessible websites and provide a green website hosting service run on wind power. Vicky is involved with a local Fairtrade campaign group and loves crafts, design, animals and nature

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