Selena Gomez’s Eco-Fashion Line, Vogue Makes Do, Wild Things

by , 10/16/09   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

Selena Gomez

O RLY? Disney teen phenom Selena Gomez follows in the footsteps of…well…just about everyone and launches her own fashion collection. At least it’s organic? (

British Vogue slums it with cheeky ensembles cobbled together from garbage bags, mop heads, dish cloths, and chutzpah. (TreeHugger)

Dress your man (or yourself) with this eco-fashion cheat sheet. (Green Grechen)

Eileen Fisher: Not just for “graying bobos” with a yen for ceramics and lifetime subscriptions to The New Yorker anymore. (The New York Times)

Still raring to get your Wild Thing on? Natalie Zee Drieu picks out six faux fur coats for grown-up rumpuses. (Coquette)

It’s raining, it’s pouring: Turn an old raincoat into a rainskirt you can slip over your lower half in a downpour. (Craftzine)

T-post is the first “wearable” fashion magazine printed entirely on a T-shirt—plus it’s organic, to boot. (Greenwala)

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