Sprout Watches Plans Pop-Up Shop in New York City for Earth Day


Photo: Sprout Watches

Sprout Watches, a new environmentally-minded watch company, is popping up in New York City on Earth Day and, in addition to showing their latest collection, they're teaming up with local artists and vendors to help support local environmental organizations. Details:

Sprout Watches are fresh on the eco-fashion scene and their lead- and phthalate-free watches made with a corn resin material, conflict-free diamonds, organic cotton, bamboo, mercury-free batteries, and recycled packaging promise designs that range from colorful and playful to sophisticated and stylish, like the white watch pictured above, which looks like an eco-friendly version of Chanel's J12 Diamond White Ceramic Ladies Watch.


Photo: Sprout Watches

The pop-up shop will open its doors on April 22nd in New York City's SoHo neighborhood at 423 West Broadway and maintain store hours from 11a.m.-7p.m, Sunday-Fridays. Also taking part in the Earth Day pop-up shop is MarcoArt, Playback Clothing, Neiko Designs, Honey Pie Design, DiPalermo Body, Fourviere Hill, Kookla Lipgloss, and Knot by Gran'ma.

A portion of proceeds generated from the shop will benefit the New York Restoration Project, Riverkeeper, and the New York City chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.

What are your plans for Earth Day? Are you looking forward to taking advantage of an event in your area? Tell us in the comment section, below.

Also a stylist and the founder of PastFashionFuture.com, Emma Grady is the resident fashion expert at TreeHugger.com. Find her on Facebook and Twitter.
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