Style with a Cause, is an article featured every Monday, that highlights a current fashion brand, company, runway show, artist, model, blogger, etc., which incorporates in its business module a focus on a particular theme or charity such as animal rights, eco-friendly environment, women’s empowerment and cross cultures bonding.
Just to introduce myself, I have been in the fashion industry for 23 years working for magazines such as Interview, Vanity Fair, Ladygunn, Solstice, Lucy's, Darling, and InStyle. Other clients include, Burlington Coat Factory, Century 21, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Amazon.com, Nordstrom, and Macy’s.
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Fashion Director, Jejune Magazine
The Streetwear and Unisex brand: Dead.Than.Cool featured in Jejune Magazine.
Check Out This Up & Coming Designer: Olivia Anthony, and her Streetwear Collection.
Read about “Slow Fashion” Designer John Paul Ataker here in Jejune.
Check out this luxurious unisex jewelry line from Miami Beach, Florida here in Jejune Magazine!
Women With Strong Female Friendships Have a Surprising Advantage Over the Rest of Us…Check Out Here in Jejune
Check out designs of Batista Collection, and how the designer Milagros host knitting sessions to help women that survived domestic violence. Women enduring domestic violence are usually offered very little support along the process, are frightened, and their self esteem is damaged and unfortunately broke, leaving the situation with nothing. Through this art of knitting Milagros helps connect to these victims and provides an income for selling product. Check out this article, a must read!
Check Out Sustainable Designer: Crawford Denim & Vintage Co. all photography shot by Bonnie Holland
Italy's RTW Designer: Francesca Liberatore has "A T-shirt For Life" cause to help Unicef develop Third World countries. Check it out exclusively in Jejune.
Check out Fashion Designer Jonathan Simkhai's T-shirt that supports a cause!
Jejune's Fashion Director, Alison Hernon attends NYFW and reports to us trends to come and highlights from the shows.
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, gives Jejune her recommended fashion documentary list. Grab some popcorn, sip some bubbles, bring over some friends and binge watch these movies.
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, shows us the top boots to buy for Winter and they are all sustainable!
Doing/Living is a new concept located in the heart of New York City. The membership offers work space integrated with yoga, relaxation and various techniques of taking care of yourself.
Fair Trade designer, Yuner Shao, opens up with Jejune about growing up in China and becoming a designer in New York and how important it was for her as a designer to be Fair Trade.
Rosina-Mae Swimwear is sustainable and swimwear intertwined with fashion. Check it out!
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, tells Jejune the sustainable backpacks that are must-haves for Fall!
Lightfoot Market is a flea market in New York City that is dedicated to sustainable brands. Check it out!
A look ahead at Spring 2018 runway collections and a recap of the trends for Jejune.
Model Mia Kang has been a top model for years, she talks to Jejune about her years of eating disorders and struggles. Now, she is fit and ready to knock-out a new area in modeling, are we ready for healthy and happy size 6-8 for models? Mia is ready.
Sustainable brand Paloma Soledad lives and works in Brooklyn. She makes beautiful handmade corsets in all sizes.
Sustainable brand: Massimo Dutti for men's clothing.
Meet sustainable brand, Responsive Textiles, whom is featured on eco-friendly model, Summer Rayne Oakes.
The Seattle brand Filson loves to donate to preserve nature in the Northwest.
Contributing Fashion Editor, Rose Mae Turner, sources the top five sustainable boots to buy for the Fall season.
Always Hungry Fashion brand is a vegan friendly produced t-shirts that have a sense of fun added to their product. Who are they, learn more about this brand, here in Jejune.
Pearl Hair Oil is designed for those that color their hair and need that extra nourishment in a light and subtle way. It gives you healthy hair to maintain but is also sourced from vegan friendly products and made in the U.S.A.
ESA is created by a small group of women, whom host fun, interactive and educational events giving participants the knowledge of sustainable, ethical, and/or conscious brands that are evolving in New York City.
Coclico is located in Soho, New York. The shoe brand is sustainable and maintains a modern and fashionable look.
A superhero can influence your style, check out this article on how Wonder Woman influenced my shoot.