Designers showcase sustainable styles made from organic cotton, hemp, soy, seaweed and other heretofore unsexy materials. Afterward, head to Myst.
Things to do for April 19, 2007
The Weekender, Green Edition
The Weekend Starts Here
In honor of Earth Day, here's your eco-friendly weekender. You'll be green with weekend.
The country's only all-organic health spa offers green facials, hot stone massages and manicures/pedicures using fruits, herbs and essential oils. Indulge for Earth.
The walls of this just-opened bakery are made of wheat, the floors are made of cork, and the table comes from bamboo and aged blue jeans. But the chocolate chip cookies taste anything but recycled.
This raw food joint doesn't use stoves or heat items above 118 degrees—yet it's still one of burger maven Bill Clinton's favorite spots, so you know the flavor's there.
CWV's special tasting includes a 2001 Pinot Nero and 2003 Ribolla from Movia, the oldest winery in Slovenia (yep, Slovenia). The wine is certified biodynamic, which sounds cool to us.
Fresh off his Oscar win and newfound street cred, ex-future president Al Gore will introduce the world premiere of several short films that deal with global warming. Should be hot.