STOP MOTION FILM MAKER Francesca Carendi
I first met Emma at the Greenspaces, in Chinatown. She had been helping the team get set up there and was also working as a feature fashion & beauty writer for TreeHugger. My first thought when meeting her was “this is a young lady of distinguished and sophisticated tastes”.
And my first impression was not off, you can see it here in the way she has styled the little black dress, pure class, all the way. And, I was not the only one to notice.
While Emma was modeling her first look for us out front, an extremely stylish Japanese tourist walked by and proclaimed that she wanted the entire look, walked into the store and patiently waited for Emma to change her outfit, so that she could buy every single item off of Emma’s back!
Emma Grady is an environmental journalist, interviewer, and commentator who focuses on ethical fashion and sustainable beauty. Based in New York City, she is a regular contributor to online and print media. Grady has been a writer for Discovery’s TreeHugger and Planet Green since 2008, where she has published over 500 articles. Currently, Grady covers green fashion daily for TreeHugger, focusing on sustainable business practices, innovations in eco-friendly textiles, and global and local trends in green fashion. On TreeHugger, she has conducted interviews with industry leaders and public figures such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Nigel Barker, Miranda Kerr, Sam Waterston, David Rockefeller Jr., Julie Gilhart and Summer Rayne Oakes. As a commentator on sustainable fashion and lifestyle, Grady has been interviewed for various media outlets including Ecouterre, Mind Body Green, and Luxist. Her most recent work can be viewed on TreeHugger and in Coco Eco magazine, issue 12.
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