If you get first place, you’ll win $750, an ad in E Magazine, and a profile on the fffashion website. Second and third place winners will receive $500 and $250, respectively.
The main eco-requirement is that the garment needs to be fur-free — an easy task since most clothes, whether conventional or eco-friendly, just don’t contain fur. Still, since the judges — Sophie Uliano, author of Gorgeously Green; Summer Rayne Oaks, eco-model; and Brita Belli, editor of E Magazine — are all environmentally-committed women, I’m guessing additional eco-features in the fashion entries will earn bonus brownie points.
Get more details about the competition on the fffashion website, then enter using the online entry form. Get your submission in — along with the entry fee’s $25– by April Fool’s Day 2009 for a chance to win.