Fashion people do breakfast. And cocktails. And later dinners. But to gather a who's who of the industry in one room for a long, semi-leisurely lunch is a notable feat. Yesterday, the CFDA and Lexus pulled it off by inviting everyone from designer Maria Cornejo to Coco Rocha to Bryan Boy for a crab-toast dotted spread at Jean-Georges's wildly successful farm-to-table venture, ABC Kitchen. The occasion? Announcing the winners of the CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge, a competition launched in 2010 to recognize designers who are following the practices all designers should be following.
Following in the footsteps of the annual CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge (now in its third year), the CFDA has taken another step towards making fashion more sustainable. Today, the CFDA has announced the creation of the first-ever sustainability committee.
It's pretty easy to be green living in New York. Most people don't have cars, there's not a lot of space to light, sometimes it's harder to find not-