FrontRunners: Soul Survivor

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Entrepreneur and environmentalist Kelly Lebwith knows that luxurious indulgence and environmental sensitivity can coexist in harmony. Her Souls collection (888.668.3489, www.soulsshoes.com) of earth-friendly slippers, matching lap blankets, and travel accessories has made its way aboard some of the world’s most exclusive private jets and into top-tier resorts and spas, including the Lodge at Sea Island and the Peninsula Beverly Hills. "They are green in the sense that they aren’t made with any animal products," Lebwith says of her products, which are crafted from Nusuede and Polartec, as well as terry velour–lined satin and velvet. "They are the perfect accessories for the person who has everything or the one who wants everything." rel="nofollow" The latest addition to the Souls lineup is a colorful collection of custom monogrammed slippers, which can depict personal initials, corporate logos, or even the names of yachts.

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