In this week’s Link Love edition we check in with Amber Valletta on the new, healthier face of fashion. And speaking of faces, a NYC beauty guru launches a new skin care line worth checking out. Turn tea leftovers into dye. Sit down, because “Mean Girls” is now 10. And in other film news, French designer Agnes B has directed her first film.
Everyone’s favorite supermodel turned spokesperson for an industry that can do better, Amber Valletta is “Driving Fashion Forward” in a new short film series. [via Ecouterre]
A New York beauty guru’s plant-powered skin-care line is born of 10,000 facials. [via Well+Good]
Make tea dye from leftover tea? Yes, please. [via Eat Drink Better]
OMG. “Mean Girls” is ten years old. That makes the rest of us….really, really old. [via Vanity Fair]
French fashion designer Agnes B makes her directorial debut with the unexpected ‘Je m’appelle hmmm…” [via W Magazine]
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