Emily Blunt made a rather green appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday.
The British actress attended the premiere of Arthur Newman wearing a Tory Burch Green Carpet Challenge dress made from 100% silk tulle reclaimed from the designer's left over end of the line materials.
As if Miz Blunt's green carpet wear couldn't be anymore fabulous, she also sported a Tory Burch necklace crafted out of recycled brass, a FEED 1000 beaded clutch, and gray JustFab sandals.
What's not to love about this? It's eco-friendly perfection!
[Image via WENN.]
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Lauren Bush's FEED Project is introducing its very first collaboration next month: the FEED 15 pouch!
The $30 100% organic cotton pouch comes with three best selling products from French beauty company Clarins, but that's not even the best part!
Each FEED 15 Clarins pouch sold will provide 15 meals to the United Nations World Food Programme with the hopes of feeding 1 million children over the next two years.
The pouch hits stores on July 15th at Nordstrom.
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2010 has definitely not been Gap's year.
First they changed their logo, which caused a HUGE uproar, and now this.
Earlier this year the retailer collaborated with FEED Project on some limited edition FEED USA totes.
The bags, which were designed by Ralph Lauren's future daughter-in-law Lauren Bush, say they're "Made in the USA" but that's a lie!
A Gap shopper recently discovered that the so called USA bag is actually made in China.
How do they know? Because there's a tag sewn to the bag that says so!
Makes you wonder if they're really donating that $5 to our nation's schools.
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Gap is partnering up with FEED Project, a program that supports nutrition in schools, to launch limited edition FEED USA bags.
The 3 bag collection features a canvas tote for $29.50, a denim bucket bag for $39.50 as well as a denim or canvas lunchbox for $19.50.
As an added bonus, Gap will be donating $5 of each sale to a school's food improvement project of your choosing.
The retailer will begin selling the limited edition bags at their Fashion's Night Out 5th Avenue concept store in New York City.
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