Ethical fashion blogger and social media management firm founder Marielle Elizabeth is dedicated to making the slow fashion community more inclusive, calling attention to the inadequacies of being a plus size person, taking up space, and representing a body type so often omitted in the sustainable/ethical fashion movement.
Even though Abby spends her days at Apple, you will never find her in one signature “uniform” look. “One day I might channel a 90s streetwear look, and the next I may be inspired by 70s office secretaries…I love to experiment with trends and styles and themes and decades.”
Leigh of Pink Vintage Heart describes her style as, “A bit eclectic at times and very vintage and retro at times. My outfits are as colorful as possible but ultimately grandma chic. “ GRANDMA CHIC. Yes, I am screaming.
Csilla likes ethical and sustainable fashion, minimalism, cruelty-free and vegan makeup, and the 90s cartoon “Captain Planet and the Planeteers”. She named her blog, The Pretty Planeteer, after the five Planeteers in the cartoon.
See what steps Csilla takes to unleash her sustainable superpowers.
Gabriëlle Koster brings conscious and sustainable choices to her fashion, food, and travel. Check out the Amsterdam-based freelance writer and editor’s favorite brands and tips for bringing sustainable bohemian style into your closet…and the rest of your world too.
Get to know the Miami-based sustainable stylist and read her step-by-step guide on how to find your personal style and build a closet you love. The stylist knows what she is doing. (But seriously Lauren, you should patent this personal style stuff!)
Katya Moorman mixes thrift, vintage, and current brands spotlighting sustainability and activism (discover Pyer Moss if you haven’t already), to create her punkish-glamour style. Check out her favorite items in her closet and how—via humor and some fabric paint—she made them her own.
I want to go shopping with Karissa, aka Black Manhattan. By day she manages cases at an insurance agency, and by night and weekend she styles, curates, and sells her vintage and secondhand clothing. Check out her items for sale, her closet, and her preloved tips.
Want to have more clothes you love, but less clothes overall in your closet? Twenty-two-year-old Austrian environmental student and blogger Livia van Heerde shares how it's done. (Warning: It takes time to build this wardrobe. But it's worth it—for you and the environment.)
Aléna Tran is all about slowing down— in fashion, at home, and in life. Check out why this ethical fashion influencer and expert changed up her purchases, which ethical brands make up her wardrobe, and her advice on living slow this fall.
Jena is the only person I know in San Francisco with A. a walk in closet and B. a walk in closet that isn’t even halfway full. Learn her secrets (hint: spend time in Berlin) and how building a curated wardrobe you love takes time—and that is okay.
Elise and I worked together in Uber’s LA office. She was the pulled together one—blow-dried, highlighted hair; nude-colored manicured nails; a black or white blouse; skinny, high-waisted jeans; and the newest mule.
Gabrielle Witte can make a $20 shirt look like it came off the runway. She can find a pair of $9 pants from an American Apparel sale and DIY them into her go-to staple item. It's really not fair. I thought it was time I learned her secret.