Eco-friendly designer Yotam Solomon is doing his best to raise awareness about the environment, especially after what happened in the Gulf of Mexico this year.
His upcoming spring collection dubbed "Oil Spill" was inspired by the devastating BP oil spill, which he believes is "a major event in our decade and even century".
The 2011 collection includes a variety of heels, dresses and chic separates. Solomon has also pledged to donate a portion of sales to the Defenders of Wildlife and Natural Resources Defense Council for all the work they did in the Gulf.
In an effort to raise money to help clean the oil-ridden Gulf of Mexico, Kenneth Cole is launching a range of t-shirts.
The customizable tees will be available on the Kenneth Cole facebook page for $35, with 100% of the net profits going to Awareness, the Kenneth Cole Foundation to support the Gulf initiative. Shoppers can choose from 12 Kenneth-isms to put on their shirt including "I Clean Up Well".
Great idea! Hopefully more companies in the fashion industry will get involved in cleanup efforts.
Police attempted to revive him when his body was found, but before that fatal moment, he had been complaining of stomach issues for about two days. There were no obvious signs of injury when he was found, but a friend had allegedly commented that he was covered in vomit when he was found, leading some to believe he choked on his own vomit.
Police also report that no drugs were found at the scene of the death, but it had also been reported Ryan had been partying hard with friends the night before. He had also allegedly told one friend that he was taking "some pills."
Officials are now waiting on toxicology results to get further information.
We hope his friends and family get some closure with this sad passing.