Celebrities to Eco

ClearLife celebrates celebrities who are leading the way with products that are eco-friendly and are doing it with style

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Paltrow’s company Goop has partnered up with Amour Vert to produce eco-fashion shirts that are made from organic fabrics, silk dyed and printed with low impact dyes. The line of shirts implements sustainable practices with one tree to be planted in the Tahoe National Forest for every shirt sold.

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Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2011 Venice Film Festival, photo by Andrea Raffin

Rosario Dawson

Dawson founded Studio 189, a company that uses fashion to initiate social change and eco-friendly practices and create employment for artisans. The e-commerce site provides a platform to promote African made pieces of casual hand-dyed basics. The business strategy and goal is to preserve local artisan techniques between generations and assist women in sustaining an income.

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Rosario Dawson at the 2009 Streamy Awards by Lan Bui

Lauren Bush Lauren

Lauren is the founder of FEED Project. FEED is a handmade bag and accessory company that donates funds from sales to companies that supply meals to children in need, with the goal of limiting global hunger. The bags are produced at a fair trade factory that creates safe, fair conditions for its workers.

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Lauren Bush Lauren at the 2012 Time 100 Gala, photo by David Shankbone

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney’s fashion house uses sustainable and environmentally friendly practices which include the use of organic fabrics, renewable energy to keep the stores running, and joining organizations that promote ethical business practices. McCartney also inspired a new Twitter hashtag #itsnotjuststella bringing awareness to the sustainable fashion movement and shining light on less prominent brands who are also producing ethical fashion.

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Stella McCartney at the 2014 Jaguar XE London, photo by Jaguar Mena