Glamour goes green

    Models at the fifth annual Fasion Fights Poverty show proved that it’s easy being green when you’ve got style.







    Fashion Fights Poverty is always a big to-do in D.C., and this year’s show, which took place while hundreds of influencers were in town for the Congressional Black Caucus, was no different.

    There six featured designers were MIRZA MPÉRIAL, Aidah Collection, Nudie Jeans Co., RenéeQ Bespoke, René Geneva Designs, and Studio D-Maxsi. As part of FFP’s continued effort to raise awareness about dressing responsibly, all of the designers were charged with the eco-friendly tasks of creating garments made from sustainable materials. Check what they sent down the runway.





    — Sonya Eskridge




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