vanity fair green issue

When it comes to injecting glamour into being green it doesn’t hurt to have a bit of Vanity.
Julia Roberts and Geroge Clooney have joined forces to raise environmental awairnes.
They appear on the front of the magazine in a shot that features Roberts as a wood nymph with a leafy crown and Clooney wearing a smart dark green suit.

Former US Vice President Al Gore and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. also appear on the cover of the magazine’s first "green issue."
George highlighted his work with the organization Oil Change, which teaches consumers about alternative energy.

He also underlined his commitment by trading in his BMW for an eco-friendly Tango, which features in the photo spread inside the new Vanity Fair.

The first Green Issue of Vanity Fair will hit newsstands on April 11th.