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  • Hodder & Stoughton

Green is the New Black: How to Save the World in Style

Tamsin Blanchard

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Fashion & textiles: design, Prose: non-fiction, Fashion & society, The environment, Environmentalist thought & ideology, Conservation of the environment

Fully updated for the paperback edition - this is the must-have accessory for the ethical fashionista!

Already loved and widely acclaimed by the fashion industry, GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK now has even more fantastic tips and ideas that make saving the world with style easy! From the truth about fast fashion to the best biodegradable shoes, from guilt-free spending sprees to the joys of swishing parties. With fashion secrets from celebrity friends, GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK is the chicest, greenest survival manual around. If you want to change the world, and your wardrobe, don t go shopping without it! Also includes:
- High street heroes
- Sustainable style
- Creating your own
- Ethical bling
- Green holidays
and much, much more...

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Praise for Green is the New Black: How to Save the World in Style

  • A must-read. - Vogue

  • Tamsin's book is less about conscience-pricking, and more about saving the world with style. - Vanity Fair

  • A fashion must-have for those keen to be green. - Daily Telegraph

  • This is an excellent gift for anyone interested in going green in the chicest possible way. - Independent

  • A must-read book. - Daily Mail

  • Indispensable advice. - Natural Health and Beauty

  • The beauty of this book is that it weaves green principles and fashion tips together in a lively, accessible way. - Cat Walk Queen

  • An effortless read ... that motivates and inspires. - Plenty Magazine

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Tamsin Blanchard

Born in Liverpool, Tamsin Blanchard studied fashion journalism at St Martins College, and went on to work as fashion editor of the Independent and then style editor at The Observer. She is currently style director at the Telegraph Magazine. She lives in London with her partner Mark, their four-year-old daughter Sybilla, and a small Silkworm farm. She plans one day to knit her own silk scarf.

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