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The L Word actresses Marlee Matlin, left, and Mia Kirshner walk the green carpet at the DiCaprio premiere.





Heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio is out to prove he’s more than just a pretty face. Last week, at Vancouver’s Fifth Avenue Cinemas, local and international celebs came out to the premiere of his new documentary — The 11th Hour.





DiCaprio produced and narrated this eco-film, which emphasizes the urgent situation facing our constantly diminishing and changing world.





Stars walked the “green” carpet and proved that you can still look good while saving the Earth. And speaking of stylish, there’s a new celeb in town. H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) — a name known around the world — has landed in Coquitlam. The Swedish-based clothing store, which features runway fashions at bargain prices, opened its doors last week. Media night featured an invite-only preview and long lines at the change rooms as we all cashed in our paychecks in the name of fashion.





ForestEthics star Tzeporah Berman is the driving force behind the “go green” message at the DiCaprio premiere.





Battlestar Galactica’s Alisen Down looks elegant in black at the DiCaprio premiere.





Look for actress Missy Peregrym, seen here at the DiCaprio premiere, in the new sci-fi/comedy series Reaper, this fall.





H&M store assistants Rachel Krischuk, left, and Ashlee Coulthard get busy setting up displays for opening night.





Shaw Express host Johanna Ward interviews H&M area manager Tim Galantowicz at the Coquitlam opening.





H&M Canada president Lucy van der Wal, left, and PR lady Shauna McMahon fly in from Toronto for the big opening night.





Greenprint events’ Emily Murgatroyd, left, teams up with Nightwatching actress Emily Holmes at the DiCaprio premiere.





H&M men Peter Liuzzi, left, Matt Mitchell and Lars Axelsson are all style for the Coquitlam opening night.





Looking red hot at the green premiere of Leonardo DiCaprio’s film is Stargate-SG1’s sexy pair of pin-ups, Lexa Doig and Michael Shanks.





Men In Trees actor Nick Lea, left, and Battlestar Galactica’s Aaron Douglas are among the B.C. celebs at the DiCaprio premiere.



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