Lady Rainbow Tote by Chak Chel. Photo: courtesy Global fashion Brands
While Earth Day has come and gone there are still ways to take part in Earth Month activities. Enter GlobalFashionBrands.com. They're hosting a virtual eco fashion pop-up shop some of our favorite designers, including Tompkins Point, Elena Garcia, Lara Miller, and more. Plus, 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross for Japan Relief. Check out some of the featured items:
Ailin's barely-there bikini has is sporty yet sexy; $135.
Elena Garcia's tie-dye blouse in crinkle silk is one size fits all; $260.
Project Migration's Ubuntu bracelet is made with faux leather; each sale supports a single mother in Africa with an entire year of clean water and medical supplies; $44.
Show Me Your Mumu's partnered with Care for Kenya to create this "Idreamofzebra" top; $98.
All photos: courtesy Global fashion Brands
Visit GlobalFashionBrands.com to keep browsing and tell us what you think 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.
More Earth Day
6 Savvy Ways the Corporate World is Celebrating Earth Day
The GreenShows at Bloomingdale's, Luis Valenzuala at Swarovski, and More (Photos)