Eco-Chic Fashion

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Lindsey Unterberger on May 19, 2007 at 12:54AM

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Morally Right-On

Be honest: Would you not covet this super-cute, super-comfy boatneck tee even if it wasn't nature-friendly? We would. But lucky for you, style and conscience don't have to be mutually exclusive — the shirt's maker, Moral Fervor, is as green as they come. For their Spring 2007 line, founders Emily Santamore and Melissa Sack became the first fashion company to exclusively use Ingeo fabrics. Made from fermented corn, Ingeo is the first fabric that's both synthetic and sustainable. Equally concerned with humanity and the environment, Moral Fervor donates a portion of its profits to Nutripa, a program that helps feed women and children in Rwanda. Visit MoralFervor.com for more information.
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