Greening the Grammy’s


Thrill of the week: the producers of the annual pre-Grammy Roots Jam came a-calling this week for suggestions of eco-chic products for their VIP gift bags. Each year the producers pick a worthy cause to sponsor and this year it’s all about going green. How fabulous!

So it’s a Green Carpet tonight and Fabulously Green will be joining the rest of the press core! Woohoo! I can hardly contain myself. I’m not the pushy type, so I’m sure I’ll find myself stampeded to the ground by the seasoned and feisty papparazzi. If you don’t hear from me on Monday, call the hospitals!

Will any of the invited celebs wear green tonight? We’ll find out! If not, they will probably be going home with some fabulous eco-chic goodies picked out by yours truly.

The Fab Bag
The producers fell hard for this sleek, black Voltaic Messenger Bag. Considering they will be giving away iPod speakers and such tonight, the Voltaic’s built-in solar panels are perfect for charging up highly coveted gadgets like MP3 players, iPods and cell phones.

The Gems Inside
It’s about sophisticated funk tonight. So let’s hope rappers and rock stars in attendance fall for these hot, urban accessories:

Unisex bands made from reclaimed vinyl lp’s by Vinylux, and Stephen Hartlzer‘s bracelets made from recycled street signs.

A-listers might appreciate the elegant fairly traded bracelets and necklaces from high style artisans available at Lucina Jewelry or the victorian-inspired haute watches and necklaces by <!– D([“mb”,” \n \nJennifer Northrup – watches and necklaces made from vintage antique silver spoons – chic, modern meets victorian style\n
\nLily Yung – very funky, die-cut felt bracelets, scarves and necklaces – very mod
Zanisa – Retail boutique selling great range of eco-friendly jewelry from edgy to elegant.
\nD-Licious – Unisex bracelets made from recycled soda/beer cans – streetstyle\n

\nStephen Hartlzer – Unisex bracelets made from recycled street signs – streetstyle\n
\nVinylux – Unisex bands made from reclaimed vinyl lp's
\n\nFASHION GOODIES: Generally unisex or offers men and women's lines
\n\n\nGraphic tees by Tonic Tees, \nProtoculture
\n\n\n – hip fresh prints on American Apparel tee's
\n\n\nArtsy, sophisticated tees, polos and shirts by “,1] ); //–>Jennifer Northrup crafted from antique silver spoons.

Other possible goodies tonight: Bold and irreverent (sweatshop-free) tees by Tonic Tees and Protoculture, artsy, sophisticated, organic tops and polos by Twice Shy, organic form flattering jeans by Loomstate, or willowy, sensual organic tunics and tops by Under the Canopy.

It’s a real honor to be able to help Hollywood go green–even at the last minute! Tune in for the report on Monday!


3 Responses to “Greening the Grammy’s”

  1. 1 hautenature*

    yay! you lucky duck 😉
    what a fun thing.

  2. 2 Fabulously Green

    thanks holly! it’s almost 4am and just got home. 🙂

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