Andrea Plell

 
Andrea PlellAndrea Plell is a sustainable fashion consultant, creative director, and eco-activist passionate about supporting a paradigm shift in the fashion industry. While obtaining her B.S. in business marketing at San Diego State University, Andrea independently organized the first ethical fashion event in Southern California, Ecologique: Fashion for a Green Future (2008), in addition to launching the eco-fashion publication REFIX Magazine (2010). Andrea currently offers sustainable fashion consulting, through Ecologique Fashion, to designers and businesses bi-coastally.

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Can Fashion be a Force for Positive Change in the World?

Can Fashion be a Force for Positive Change in the World?

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Can the “World’s Best” Hoodie Revitalize American Manufacturing?

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Gwyneth Paltrow, Juice Beauty Create Organic Skincare Line for Goop

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