Coaching on style, talking about eco-fashion lifestyle
plus taking in some yummy food?!
What could be better in the city you love?!
Sustainability and fashion can mean so many things for so many people. It means minimalism, capsule collections but also fair trade, buying things locally and handmade and made in the city or at least the country in which you live.
I think a lot of Americans think sustainability has everything to do with granola and Patchwork fashion and that you cannot 18 good Style. This is not what it's about. I keep believing his box of food because I think people can relate to this and also to see that the history of how American Star to be more conscious of sustainability and organic foods when they are eating which has everything to do with the environment and a better way of treating your body.
In the beginning Whole Foods was kind of known for its granola
It's now been 5 months since I started my styling project between Paris and San Francisco. Every morning I wake up super excited about my slightly altered career. I'm still doing the same types of things: styling and personal shopping for people, but instead of reserving my philosophy on eco fashion for just myself, now it is fundamental for the advice I give to all my clients. My did it take me so long? I dont know...maybe scared clients wouldnt adopt the same philosophy - too hippie - too "out there" - couldnt find any chic eco pieces for them. I was about handmade, buying local, original pieces, vintage, second hand for myself. But for my clients, my philosophy would be different, I spoke about classic pieces that last a lifetime, and supplementing fast fashion to stay modern, current and edgy.
Ethically, I just can no longer support that as two separate philosophies. I really
I am working in Paris and in San Francisco helping Americans be inspired to think differently about clothing. I have always loved Paris. I have a passion about sustainability. And of course I love fashion. I thought for my next career expansion, why not combine all of those elements?
So I decided October of 2015, that I would look for a way to make this dream a reality. The first stop was to get the approval from the French government. I created a proposal that took from April until June to create. The Proposal was a huge binder of research interviews personal background information including FBI background checks,
On December 1st, I launched Project inter-Mission! WOW! This has been a long time coming and I'm super excited for you all to experience Paris! Of course you dont have to BE in Paris to "be inspired" to think of clothing differently. Over next year, I will share soooo many ways to be be inspired, think differently, become more conscious of what you are wearing and how you are wearing it.
Didnt see my announcement? Check it out here!