Banana Republic's new Heritage for Women line is 90 percent environmentally sustainable, using bamboo fabrics, recycled packaging, and a clean-water denim finishing process—and the clothes, from silk button-downs and embroidered maxi dresses to ankle-cropped jeans, have the perfect polish (available online in April).

Featured in the April 2009 issue.

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