Lauren Conrad, star of the now defunct reality series 'The Hills' unveiled her second collection with BlueAvocado Sept. 23 (Source: PRNewswire) called the The 2013 XO(eco) Collection line. As the second collection with BlueAvocado the collection aims to inspired reduced waste and lifestyle change by offering products that are green alternatives to not only fashion and beauty products but also for shopping, travel, entertainment and food-on-the-go.
"This eco-collection is designed for the girl-on-the-go who doesn't want to compromise fashion to make more sustainable choices," says Lauren Conrad. "I'm proud to back a company run by women who want to make green products accessible, affordable and fun. It will take all of us working together to create real change."
BlueAvocado was created on the idea of changing the way we as consumers shop which eventually led to products being made of Repreve, a certified recycled fiber made of post consumer bottles. The 2013 XO(eco) line designed by Lauren Conrad features collapsible tote bags perfect for shopping in bright bold prints of nautical and floral nature, a messenger style collapsible bag, padded computer carriers, oversized travel bags with matching 2 piece insulated cosmetic bag and pouch and more.
“As a designer, I hope that my choices for this collection raise awareness around the importance of environmental sustainability and green products. Eco-friendly is not a fad–it's the future” - Lauren Conrad
Priced affordable between $9.99 for the collapsible messenger bag to $69.99 for the oversized travel weekender bag the XO(eco) Collection designed by Lauren Conrad can be found at Kohl's, Amazon and at BlueAvocado.
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