Wearable Justice: Bringing Ethical Fashion To Georgetown Students at Affordable Prices

 

Wish your shopping addiction could make the world a better place? Well maybe it can…

Hilltop voGUe recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Georgetown student Jake Maxmin(COL ’17), the Founder and CEO of Wearable Justice, a student-owned and student-run non-profit dedicated to making ethical fashion choices easier for university students nationwide. We got the inside scoop on how Wearable Justice got its start, how it’s grown, and what it has to offer students like you.

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(Cheap)er Chic

Let’s be honest. There are few things better than gaining access to high designer brands at affordable prices. Not so long ago, designer labels required lots of cash, but this is no longer the case. When fast fashion brands like H&M, Topshop, and Uniqlo introduced the concept of designer collaborations, people were excited to finally get their hands on the latest looks by top designers for affordable prices.

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Resale Retail

Living in Georgetown, most of us have probably become somewhat if not very familiar with the shopping scene around M Street and Wisconsin Avenue. While these streets have a lot to offer in terms of new clothes and styles each season, there are two gems on M street where students can look for that “unique piece” to fit into their wardrobe.

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Fyunka’s Fashion: A Saudi’s Stylish Success

Thursday, October 16th­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­—Georgetown’s Arab Society hosted a conversation with Saudi fashion designer, blogger, and creator of the fashion brand Fyunka, Alaa Balkhy. In the Arab fashion world, Alaa is a pioneer and trendsetter—her creation of the brand Fyunka marked the beginning of a burgeoning of local brands in Saudi Arabia. Her goal, through her signature designs, is not only to answer the demand for local products made for local customers but also to make statements about Arab culture.

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