On January 13th & 19th, our team descended into New York City’s concrete Jungle (better known as Central Park) and began our first step of our ecoventure! Due to the cold and freezing weather in January, BMS team researched some indoor jungle-like escapes in New York City to execute the Midsummer Jungle theme. However, our … Continue reading
Category Archives: Ecoventure
Beau Monde Society Presents Eco-Tee/GREEN Design Contest!
Beau Monde Society invites you to participate in our GREEN/ECO-FRIENDLY T-Shirt Design competition! The winner will be unveiled during Fashion Envie, our Eco-Collective on April 20, 2013! ALL participants must be a High School student or currently enrolled in a 4 year college, design must be YOUR original work, and share with us why your … Continue reading
Meet The Fashion Envie Team
Beau Monde Society assembled one of the best, passionate, and Eco-driven group of visionaries for our first installment! Meet the team that’s making it all happen here: https://vimeo.com/58559869 Continue reading
Fashion Envie Midsummer Jungle shoot at Central Park!
After two long days of shooting, our photographer, (Arista Imagery) officially called it a wrap on a semi-cold January 19th Saturday morning. We began our shoot on January 13th with two designers, Amy Decew and Tamara Leacock followed by Jessica White on January 19th. On both separate days, our models, designers, and creative crew descended … Continue reading
What is Fashion Envie?
From my experience and extensive research, there aren’t enough sustainable platforms to represent and/or showcase eco-friendly designers in New York City. Most parts of the world have their own ecofashion week that’s held annually. The role FASHION plays in our daily lives is very important. We love to dress in the most fashionable gears that … Continue reading
Fashion Envie, The Ecoventure!
When we think of shopping, our first thoughts are to stop by the closest H&M to pick up one or two items that will complete the look that we are going for. Most of the time, we forget to think of going to “second-hand stores”.. you know the Salvation Armies, the Goodwill stores, or even … Continue reading