It's Not Easy Being GreenFashion, hypocritical? Heresy! Conde Nast Portfolio claims that high profile green campaigns like Louis Vuitton's support for Al Gore's climate initiative and Barneys' "Have A Green Holiday" are more show than substance. "Vuitton sells $5 billion worth of luxury handbags, scarves, sunglasses, and suitcases annually, reaping close to $2 billion in profit-yet its support of the Climate Project amounts to persuading its celebrity endorsers to donate their fees." Despite their shows of eco-consciousness, Dana Thomas says, luxury corporations have been influenced by "fast fashion"'s culture of disposability, even at heirloom prices, despite the carbon footprint this kind of high turnover leaves. And a recent list of the 100 most responsible corporations "included no luxury conglomerates-a glaring omission, given its nod to such unlikely environmentalists as Alcoa, Disney, Hewlett-Packard, and Nike."[Conde Nast Portfolio]