Local Green Fashion Makeover with TreeHugger Favorites Bodkin, Study NY, Stella McCartney, and More (Photos)


Eco-fashion photo shoot (vest, Suno; bustier, Bodkin; necklaces, Study NY). Image courtesy of Jamie Beck

If you're a fan of green fashion and makeovers, you'll like this one: Fashion me Green (FMG) is a project that gives green fashion makeovers to "style influencers." The FMG team travels to the fashion capitals of the world--we hope they offset their flights--and hones in on local sustainable fashion designers and fashionable muses to model the ethical threads. This past week they came to our stomping ground New York City and worked with near and dear green fashion friends Bodkin, Doucette Duvall, Osborn Design, Study NY, Cri de Coeur, natural makeup artist Jessa Blades, and a few newbies. The muse: Eleanor Banco, PR director of Teen Vogue.

The images are artful, professional, and show that green fashion belongs on High Street or, in this case, on 9th Avenue's Soho House, where the photo shoot took place. Photos:
Dress, Doucette Duvall; shoes, Stella McCartney. Image courtesy of Jamie Beck

Top and cuff, Study; Lizzie Fortunato Jewels; skirt, Suno; shoes, Stella McCartney. Image courtesy of Jamie Beck

Shoes, Cri de Coeur and Stella McCartney. Image courtesy of Jamie Beck

Belt and cuff, Suno; skirt, Lauren Pierce; shoes and bag Cri de Coeur. Image courtesy of Jamie Beck

Behind the Scenes of Fashion me Green in New York City, Interview with Designers


The NY Project- Teen Vogue's Eleanor Banco via Fashion me Green

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Tags: Green Fashion | New York City

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