Eva Longoria & ELLE Go Green
Publishing may not be the most environmentally-friendly business, but ELLE Magazine disagrees. The May issue will be published on recycled paper and it will be focusing on health, beauty and fashion products safe for the environment.
Following her return from Europe, "Desperate Housewife" Eva Longoria was one of the many celebrities at the issue launch party in Los Angeles yesterday. The party was a benefit for stopglobalwarming.org
An issue focusing entirely on the environment may not necessarily be a hit with average ELLE readers, but the magazine may have found a clever way to incorporate an important and serious theme into its ritzy-blitzy content.
The issue hits newsstands on April 18.
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