Giant Closing Eco-Sale at Green is Black!
Torontonians: Have you been to Green is Black at 624 Yonge Street? Well, you'd better get there quick, because they're closing their doors to focus on online retail. The boutique was one of the first on the block to offer Torontonians the chance to shop guilt free- by offering only the most stylish companies that met strict ecological and ethical standards. The store will continue to operate as an online boutique at www.greenisblack.ca that offers international shipping, and is now offering at-home eco-fashion parties. To mark this occasion, Green is Black is offering 25%- 75% off on all merchandise in the store. From their press release:
“Retail is changing, and so is the store,” states Kerry MacMullin, Green is Black owner. “I’m shutting down in order to shift time and energy to the web store, and developing a line of accessories made of reclaimed materials.”
Ethical shoppers need not despair; fittings will be available by appointment at Yonge and Bloor. Additionally, Toronto greenies can opt to host an eco-ethical clothing party. The parties will be in the spirit of Tupperware and Pampered Chef where MacMullin will bring the store to the client's home, as long as a minimum of 5 guests are present. As a bonus, the organizer will be rewarded for hosting by getting product discounts.
MacMullin reassures that all the store’s favorite brands will continue to be carried, along with the addition of lav & kush and TOMS shoes.
The fantastic sales are available online too. If you haven't seen the beautiful pieces they carry go check it out now - it's worth your time!