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Emma Grady is an award-winning fashion writer, vintage fashion aficionado & publisher of www.PastFashionFuture.com. In addition, Grady is the resident fashion expert at Discovery’s TreeHugger.com. Emma is wearing the Vintage Sinatra Glasses, Courtney Clutch, and Dhatri Necklace.
Photos by: Hal Horowitz
Advocating for the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, Alexandra Taylor has launched a line of original printed scarves and ties, donating a portion of the net-profits to Nothing But Nets, fostering the relevant connection between fashion and humanitarian efforts. Alexandra is wearing Tele Bangles, Tiered Quartz Necklace and the Unbroken Handbag.
The No Impact Projects helps people lead happier healthier lives that are also better for the planet. Over 60,000 people have participated in the week-long No Impact Experiment which allows participants to explore what life would be like without the disposable and often wasteful culture we have become accustomed to. Many people discover that living a lower impact lifestyle helps them live the happier, healthier and more meaningful life they’ve wanted all along. But don’t take our word for it! Go to www.noimpactproject.org to try the experiment for yourself.
Catchafire is trying to create a more efficient and effective social good sector and a world where it is commonplace to serve for the greater good and believe they will achieve this by providing meaningful pro bono experiences for both skilled professionals and the organizations with whom they work. The Catchafire team thinks that a great pro bono experience can transform someone’s life! What are you waiting for, log on to Catchafire.org, where talent meets purpose.