Julie Gilhart’s Barneys Departure: The Eco-Fashion Community Reacts

by , 12/04/10   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Julie Gilhart, Barneys, Barneys New York, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

Albama Chanin’s Natalie Chanin recalls how Julie Gilhart—and the Dalai Lama!—gave her line a running start. (Alabama Chanin)

Project Artisan lifts a virtual glass to Barneys’ erstwhile fashion director, with a post on why her work with sustainable design mattered. (Project Artisan)

Amy DuFault has one question for Barneys CEO Mark Lee: Will Barneys lose its edge with Gilhart out of the picture? (EcoSalon)

Fashion Projects calls letting Gilhart go “ill-advised.” The move could also be damaging in the long run. (Fashion Projects)

Missing the good ol’ days of Gilhart already? Fashion That Gives Back recaps the panel she hosted last month at the Fashion Institute of Technology. (Fashion That Gives Back)

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