5 Must-Have Eco-Friendly Skull Accessories

Save the planet with these earth-friendly skull-inspired products.

By Amanda Hearst

July 8, 2010 12:00 PM
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Sensitive skin led designer Juliane Camposano to create strictly sustainable knits of bamboo and organic-cotton threads ($325; roselwear.com).
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Face Time

For every purchase of this grocery bag alternative, a donation is made to the eco-education program The Green Ambassadors ($5.99; ecobags.com).
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Air Head

Between the two of them, glassmakers Andi Kovel and Justin Parker have worked with Kiki Smith, Damien Hirst, Ralph Lauren, and Donna Karan. Their Esque Studio runs on wind power to produce recycled-glass masterpieces (price upon request; esque-studio.com).
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Woven One

Paper or plastic? Have both in a clutch crafted from former garbage-bound materials ($45; Rebagz; rebagz.com).
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Bottle Royale

The mind-altering liquor in a bottle of Crystal Head Vodka is considered a pure spirit (absent of any additives like sugar or glycerin) and is distilled in Newfoundland, Canada (crystalheadvodka.com for stores).
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