Thursday, December 2, 2010

Blogger Style Now: 'Fashion That Gives Back' with Jessica Minkoff

There is an impressive new blogger on the block and her aim is to openly demonstrate that fashion and philanthropy are a tailor-made match. Jessica Minkoff's blog, Fashion That Gives Back, is proof that a one-chick operation can effectively reshape some of our ingrained ideas about fashion and the future of sustainable style. Even better? Jessica does all of this looking totally chic and fresh-faced as a full-time university student and intern for

It is inspiring to see the next wave of sustainable style writers and bloggers hitting the pavement, stirring up the cobwebs of publishing houses, and attending local eco-events as advocates for change. Jessica has already conducted some very interesting interviews on her blog and has not missed a beat with breaking fashion news stories, textile sourcing advancements, and environmental topics related to ethical practice.

Greg Lauren design reported on Fashion Gives Back

As a double journalism and sociology major at NYU, Jessica seems to be gearing up for a career of fashion scrutiny and philanthropic reporting. Her love for sustainable fashion and giving back as a blogger definitely looks amazing on her. The future is bright with young minds like this on the scene.

Jessica walking the runway at NYU in 2007

visit Fashion That Gives Back to learn more


Ms Wanda said...

Thanks for the tip off. Good to know about other sustainable fashion bloggers. Subscribing to her!

Ava said...

I love her blog!

Ava said...

I love her blog!

jessica said...

wow, this girl really has a passion, i am so excited about how she shares it with everyone!

D. Neary said...

This rocks! I just checked out this girl's blog & it's awesome.. so exciting to see young fashionistas who are as interested in preserving the planet as they are in promoting unique, original ensembles, and looking fabulous.

Roxy Socks said...

Jessica, you have really educated me in the world of sustainable fashion. Keep up the good work. You are a sartorial star rising.