🌱Ethical Fashion Consultant

🌎Activist. Environmentalist. Feminist. Writer.

🗽New York City

🦄M.A. Fashion Studies @ Parsons Graduate. Contact me for ethical clothing consultations!




People often ask me about confidence: how to obtain it, fake it, and why I seem to have an endless reserve. I won’t deny that I’m confident. I won’t deny that I often feel good about myself, that I'm proud of my accomplishments, and that I'm satisfied with the person I am. I do need to mention that it takes work, and doesn’t always come naturally.



When embarking outside once again after a harsh long winter into a highly anticipated spring, you need to transition fully and flawlessly. Meaning, don't be boring. We get it. Winter was hard on all of us - but please let's not dwell on it any longer than need be. Catalogues, though many of you might see them as outdated, are actually a great place to start looking for inspiration. 

Ethical Fashion

Credit for coining the term “capsule wardrobe” goes to London boutique owner Susie Faux in the 1970s. +1 for the Brits. However,  it really caught on in 1980s America thanks to former Parsons alumni, designer Donna Karan and her “Seven Easy Pieces” collection. +2 for Parsons the Americans. Which side am I on? At the time, a capsule wardrobe was defined as a compact wardrobe made up of staple pieces in coordinating colours–usually in the realm of 30 items or fewer, including shoes and sometimes even accessories. Faux suggested fewer than a dozen items for an ideal capsule wardrobe. One might update the wardrobe with a couple of new trendy or seasonal items two or three times a year, but that's it. The goal was to have a streamlined wardrobe of high-quality pieces that could be worn often and interchangeably, thereby saving money, closet space, and time. The ultimate challenge for ethical fashionistas, or really anyone who cares about Mother Earth.


“She was a gypsy, as soon as you unravelled the many layers to her wild spirit she was on her next quest to discover her magic. She was relentless like that, the woman didn't need anybody but an open road, a pen and a couple of sunsets” -Nikki Rowe