It was one small, glamorous step for man, one giant leap towards going green at last night's EcoStiletto Two-Year Anniversary party. The celebration toasted two years of helping lessen the fashion industry's carbon footprint at Rolling Greens Nursery in West Hollywood.
Over four hundred guests enjoyed vegan appetizers by chef Makini Howell, were treated to eco-makeovers, and scored goody bags full of organic foods and wine. Among those in attendance were eco-friendly celebs Maria-Elena Laas and Fernanda Romero, as well as a handful of environment-loving cosmetologists including Marco Ochoa.
Also featured at the party was a sweet 2010 Audi A3 TDi, a.k.a. the "Green Car of the Year," proving how luxiourious going green can be.
EcoStiletto kept it educational with the "Sustainable Sirens Mannequin," a sculpture made of discarded materials found in the various facets of the fashion world, showing the epic failure of the style-casting industry when it comes to not being wasteful. For such a trend-conscious trade, we hope fashion changes its habits to be more eco-friendly. Let's save the earth in style!