Here’s my roundup of lean, mean and green fashion finds for this week…

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Seven Ply – Lynn W designs rockin recycled jewelry — handmade, one of a kind earrings, rings and necklaces from old, beat-up, recycled skateboards. Pictured above, Love to Love You, (with sterling chain, $26).

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Hooded anorak style jacket comes in low-key green and has a removable, quilted vest inside.  Made from 82% organic cotton; 18% decycled polyester with an easy relaxed fit.  Love that graph check print. (Above, $275) @ Greenloop

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Now here’s a sumptuous serving of eco chic style — with carbon emissions from all stages of their organic cotton line’s lifecycle calculated by Piqqo, you can be sure miksaniCollection is 100% carbon neutral.  Garment emissions are offset through the Scolel Té project in Mexico; (above).

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Founded in 2002 by Katy and Philip Leakey, the LeakeyCollection offers finely handcrafted jewelry and interior design accessories by the Maasai men and women of Kenya, East Africa.   Using environmentally sustainable materials such as fallen wood, grass and porcelain, you’ll find beautiful Zuluwood beads, bracelets and necklaces like the strands of Winter Warmth (above).

And to roundout this week’s roundup – we found some high performance vegan sneaks to rock your eco world while you bop around the landscape.

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Saucony‘s Jazz low pro is made of hemp canvas and comes in a variety of vegan friendly colors:)  For both the guys, (above), as well as the ladies, ($55).