Photo of the Day | Go Green

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 28, 2010

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16 thoughts on “Photo of the Day | Go Green”

  1. Gorgeous photograph, "directional" styling, and a brilliant mix of high- and low-end fashion (yeah, I see you there, Vivienne!) for a result that's a refreshing respite from the status quo…including that of the "Go Green" movement. For a change, an image within that ilk that I consider aspirational. (No need to reference the inverse–i.e., the deluge of bland, beige, and utterly boring examples of the so-called "green lifestyle" presented all too often.)

    Instead, praise for an example that turns a campaign on its proverbial head [double entendre unintentional]:

    'Recycling' accessories, or re-interpreting "looks"—proof/pudding that more than recycling aluminum cans can be categorized under the key phrase utilized for environmental responsibility.

    Bravo!

  2. Gorgeous photograph, "directional" styling, and a brilliant mix of high- and low-end fashion (yeah, I see you there, Vivienne!) for a result that's a refreshing respite from the status quo…including that of the "Go Green" movement. For a change, an image within that ilk that I consider aspirational. (No need to reference the inverse–i.e., the deluge of bland, beige, and utterly boring examples of the so-called "green lifestyle" presented all too often.)

    Instead, praise for an example that turns a campaign on its proverbial head [double entendre unintentional]:

    'Recycling' accessories, or re-interpreting "looks"—proof/pudding that more than recycling aluminum cans can be categorized under the key phrase utilized for environmental responsibility.

    Bravo!

  3. > Amelia W
    At the left top of the photo there's a Japanese caption, says these are vintage Vivian Westwood except the black cap from Polo Ralph Lauren.

  4. > Amelia W
    At the left top of the photo there's a Japanese caption, says these are vintage Vivian Westwood except the black cap from Polo Ralph Lauren.

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