After working straight out of school at one of the most recognized fashion houses in New York City, she wanted to learn more about sustainable fashion. She then took a consulting job working for a non-profit environmental company that has a program directed to fashion companies wanting to be more "green." This first required extensive research, and now the information has been received by a multitude of NYC's most well-known fashion designers.
When she isn't preaching green to fashion elite, she enjoys writing and scoping the streets for trending styles. The Greenpoint/Williamsburg area, where she resides, is perfect for that."
If runways are anything to go by, patchwork will be huge this fall. From Rodarte to Commes des Garçons, pieced fabrics were a hard-to-miss theme at the shows this season. Elizabeth Brunner of PIece x
When the Deepwater Horizon oil spill happened over a year ago, Brooklyn resident Tippy Tippens was confronted with horrifying images of the animals caught in its wake. Her background in industrial design