A Lot To Say at the Fred Segal Boutique - The Wizardry of Recycling

Last Thursday night's 'A Lot To Say' soiree hosted at the Fred Segal boutique on 5th and Broadway in the heart of Santa Monica was a scintilating affair playing host to an assortment of stars and celebrities from the fashion and showbizz arena. Organized by and featuring among others, the Eileen Koch and Company-Public Relations Firm, Jennifer Stanich Banmiller and Alison Stanich Power respectively, co-owners and founders of the 'A Lot To Say' brand. Catering and decorations were all handled in a tactile manner by the New York Food Company and musical flourishes provided by the ensemble chorus of the Los Angeles Gay Men's Choir. Charities standing to benefit from the evening's proceedings included 'Heal the Bay, StandUp To Cancer, the Animal Rescue Foundation and the international Green Energy Council.

Jennifer Stanich Banmiller (Owner of "A Lot To Say") and Andrew Keegan (Celebrity)

The 'A Lot To Say' brand is world renowned for it's innocuous use of 100% recycled material. Placing eco conscious themes at the forefront of it's inventory, sisters Allison and Jennifer are the formidable exponents of a brand that interweaves green lifestyles with compelling ecological rhetoric. As the evening wore on, the assembled guests were captivated by the bewitching array of recycled materials and garments all exclusively produced by the unique AirDye technique, a revolutionay procedure which precludes the use of water. 

Eileen Koch (Publicist) and Alison Stanich Power (Owner of "A Lot To Say")

All of their products are made from 100% recycled water bottles, and unlike other green fashion lines, their garments are printed and colored by AirDye, a profound technique that does not use any water.  The reduction of plastic bottles in our landfills plays a great part in removing non-biodegradable materials from the earth and helps to reduce the release of methane energy consumption by 80%.

Jane Yamamoto (Newscaster-KTTV Fox 11)

What began as a simple t-shirt line has now evolved into scarves, umbrellas, totes, bathing suits, yoga mats, and much more. Worn by some of the hottest celebrities in Hollywood and named "The Most Environmentally Progressive Line Of Message Apparel & Lifestyle Products On The Market In The US Today", A Lot To Say is the ULTIMATE eco-friendly product line in the fashion industry right now. When you buy just one A Lot To Say tee, you are saving over 60 bottles from going to landfill and over 700 gallons of fresh water in the making.

Dahlia Salem (Celebrity)

The company has recently opened their new flagship boutique at the world renowned hub of fashion and design, Fred Segal. In addition to constructing the most green product possible, 10-20% of the proceeds from each purchase go to support A Lot To Say’s Partnership charities such as International Green council, Global Green, Stand Up To Cancer, Animal Rescue Foundation, Heal The Bay, Animal Rescue Foundation.

Eileen Koch (Publicist) Right: Mark Thompson (Weatherman KTTV-Fox 11)

Celebrities in attendance included Andrew Keegan, Sheila Kelley, Jane Yamamoto, Mark Thompson, Dahlia Salem, Adriene Frantz, Sean Kanan, Maria Elena Laas

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