Park City, UT, January 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The 2008 Sundance Film Festival will once again experience a deeper shade of green with the second year entry of Project GreenHouse, a unique platform that brings awareness to global environmental issues through a lifestyle event showcasing responsible eco-luxury living.
Having set the standard on sustainable living with the first edition of Project GreenHouse at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, followed by Project GreenHouse Hamptons last summer, this year, Project GreenHouse will host the third Eco-Fashion Closet Spring/Summer ’08 presentation, featuring a mix of 20 emerging and established designers who either design strictly with sustainable fabrics or incorporate eco-friendly fabrics in their collections, or are socially conscious and have ties to non-profit organizations.
This year’s collection will include womenswear and menswear designs, shoes and accessories from Bahar Shapar, Beyond Skin, Covet, DDCLAB, Diane Von Furstenberg for FutureFashion, Eco-Centric, Ekovaruhuset, Earnest Sewn, Lara Miller, Linda Loudermilk, Loomstate, Masako Oka, Monique Pean Jewelry, Rodarte, Sustainable Collective, Teich, TOM’s Shoes, The Cotton Market, and more. And for the first time, they will be featuring eco-chic children’s wear by OBLI Organics, Ekovaruhuset and ScooterBees.
Not only will quality and design of garments be on display, but also for the first time, high-tech sustainable fabrics from C.L.A.S.S. (Creative, Lifestyle, and Sustainable Synergy), Earth Plegde’s FutureFashion and IngeoTM. (made from 100% annually renewable resources), will be on display to show the texture and versatility of sustainable and renewable fabrics such as bamboo, hemp, corn, milk, among others.
The Sundance Channel will be covering the festival and taping segments for its duration at Project GreenHouse, and its new host, Faith Salie will be wearing several outfits from the Eco-Fashion Closet.
In addition, Pangea Organics will pamper guests with a refreshing and rejuvenating spa, featuring its suite of organic bath and body products, while organically certified luxury brand, Patyka will debut its signature scents.
Project GreenHouse is produced and solely owned by Corrin Arasa, President of E2 Marketing. Press who would like to attend or to request an interview with Corrin Arasa, please contact STATE Public Relations, Kristina Ratliff, at 646.714.2520 or email@example.com or Ryan Urcia, firstname.lastname@example.org.