Because living like a celebrity doesn’t have to cost the Earth…
We adored Anne Hathaway‘s outfit at the Les Miserables premiere, and it was for more than just how stylish she looked. The vegan actress opted to wear a vintage dress by Givency and a pair of Tom Ford vegan boots which were made with faux leather. Hathaway is a well known animal rights activist and it was great to see her making a (very fashionable) stand on the red carpet.
Speaking of seeing green on the red carpet, we’d like you to join us in a massive round of applause for Project Runway for their All Stars episode recently. Their Green Dress for the Red Carpet challenge saw the designers working with eco-friendly fabrics and trying out some sustainable practices. The participants tried their hands at Air Dying (a dying technique that uses almost no water or power) and reusing old , materials to adorn garments.
We also loved the scenes filmed at the High Line in New York – an old elevated railway line that was recycled into a park by Joshua David and Robert Hammond – that inspired the project.
See the entire episode now…
We think everyone was rather shocked when Cheryl Cole was suddenly booted off the US X Factor judging panel, and now the geordie singer is filing a lawsuit against Simon Cowell and co for money owed.
Cole’s contract for X Factor US consisted of a $100,000 wardrobe allowance, a monthly $15,000 hotel budget and a $25,000 stylist on top of her $2million salary. The 29-year-old is suing Blue Orbit Productions for a whopping $2.3million and claims she was promised the money, even if she didn’t take part in the show.
Oh Chezza… we’re pretty sure you’re not dying for the cash love and to be perfectly frank it’ll just add to your ridiculously over-spending lifestyle anyway. We think the Call My Name singer needs to stop being greedy and remember where she came from.
Here comes the science bit…
GC articles show you a few ways (the ones in bold) to live greener…
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