Maricopa, AZ (PRWEB) October 24, 2006
Celebrity babies will be wrapped in organic goodness. Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Garner, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brook Shields, Katie Holmes, Maggie Gyllenhal, and Gwen Stefani will all be wrapping their little ones up in soft organics this fall. Organic gift baskets sent by BabyBoutique.biz were delivered to each star featuring organic and fair trade products by Joli Bebe Boutique.com (http://www.jolibebeboutique.com) and Novica. This comes, in part, to help raise more awareness for the benefits of organic processes and products.
Because of the increase in global health concerns, many actors and actresses have spoke out in recent years regarding the treatment of our earth and its inhabitants. With the early success of Bono's Red Campaign, the lead singer from U2 is set to make a huge impact on the treatment of AIDS patients in Africa. Such campaigns prove that Hollywood has great influential power when it comes to fashion and environmental messages. The impact each human has on the health of humanity is a growing concern. With the use of organic products, artisans, farmers, and manufacturers from around the globe are not exploited for their cheap labor and do not lack the use of equitable labor laws. Without the use of pesticides, synthetic and chemical production our environment and those in it can breathe and live healthily. Traditional cotton farming introduces various poisonous pesticides into our environment having detrimental effects on farm workers, vegetation, and wildlife.
"We hope by incorporating environmental education with our 100% organic products, that our customers will not only get the amazing quality they desire but the endangered species from around the world finally get the attention they deserve," says Kristen Schwartz, co-owner of Joli Bebe Boutique. Joli Bebe Boutique uses cotton grown organically by a group of farmers in India. The seamstresses work in a sweatshop-free environment to sew each piece and bring the line to life. It is important to Joli Bebe Boutique that all beings are treated with love and respect so each persond involved in the process is paid fair wages for their work. "In a day where bad news receives most of the press we hope doing the right thing will eventually lead us to business success" says Heather Sinkwitz co-owner of Joli Bebe Boutique.