Museum of Natural History Environmental Luncheon and Lecture is a rite of Springtime. It has been graciously chaired by Suzanne Cochran, Katheryn P. Kempner, Joanne W. Prager , Catherine B. Sidamon-Eristoff, Mary C. Solomon and Constance Spahn. This year’s informative panel, moderated by ABC News Correspondent, lecturer and writer, Lynn Sherr, will focus on environmentally sound choices and practices for healthier nutrition. With this is mind, we went to Net-a-Porter to shop our fave, eco-friendly designer, Stella McCartney. We are drooling over her delicious fruit-print skirt and accessories that are kind to the environment. Please remember when you click through our site to shop, 25% of our profit from retail sales is donated to organizations helping women, children and the environment.
Left to Right: Stella McCartney Washed Silk-satin Blouse ($35), Stella McCartney Citrus-print Cotton Skirt ($855), Lanvin Swarovski Crystal-embellished Leaf Earrings ($915), Stella McCarteny Brass Bee Necklace ($265), Stella Mcartney Double-breasted Cotton-twill Swing Coat ($1345), Stella McCartney Faux-leather and Linen Belt ($395) Stella McCartney Fold Over Canvas and Faux-leather Bag ($1125), Stella McCartney Faux Patent-leather Cutout Pumps ($655)