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Green Shows Fashion Week

Eco-friendly designers debut their sustainable fall lines during Eco Fashion Week in New York City.

This week, the second biannual Green Shows Eco Fashion Week was held in New York City, featuring this year's most ethical and sustainable fashions. On Monday, cruelty-free fashion house Vaute Couture debuted its Fall and Winter 2010 line, including its new menswear range. Other green designers featured included Gary Harvey, Samantha Pleet, and Thieves by Sonja den Elzen. The show ran from February 14 through February 17 and featured only eco-friendly, fair-trade fashions, and runway models were styled using eco-conscious make-up and hair care products. Event coordinators used sustainable resources and materials to make the event as green as possible.

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