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Eco-friendly fashions

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A 'greener' way of life goes beyond the environment.

Designers are incorporating more recycled materials in their clothes.

Fashion expert Gretta Monahan and several models showed viewers the hottest, environmentally-friendly outfits on Tuesday during GDNY.

1) FIRST MODEL:

PANTS-88% RECYCLED POLYESTER BY NIKE $70 88% RECYCLED POLYESTER

SOCKS-60% COOL/MAX ECO MADE RECYCLED POLYESTER

SHOES-95% RECYCLED PET BY NEW BALANCE $54.99

BAG-100% RECYCLED POLYESTER POLYESTER TAFFETA BY ADIDAS $80

TOP-80% RECYCLED POLYESTER BY NIKE $50

2) SECOND MODEL:

JACKET-BY NIMILI $288 65% RECYCLED POLYESTER

SKIRT BY NIMLI $168 -65% RECYCLED POLYESTER

TOP BY REBECCA TAYLOR $67.50 6O% RECYCLED POLYESTER

SHOES BY VIVIENE WESTWOOD $195.45  RECYCLABLE VEGAN PLASTIC

 

3) THIRD MODEL:

DRESS BY CARRIE PARRY 88% RECYCLED POLYESTER

SHOES BY VIVIENE WESTWOOD $104.99  RECYCLED MATERIALS FROM BRAZILE

4) FOURTH MODEL:

SWEATER BY H&M $24.95  50% RECYCLED POLYESTER

SHOES BY LOVE IS MIGHTY $170  RECYCLED PLASTIC

PANTS BY EILEEN FISHER $120 RECYCELD POLYESTER

 

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