In Good Fashion: SOLO Eyewear

Images via SOLO Eyewear Since 2011, approximately 2,400 people in need across the globe have had their vision restored. Another feat by UNICEF, you ask? Nope – it was by way of SOLO Eyewear, and their utterly chic bamboo sunglasses. While eye care is so easy to take for granted (I can’t imagine getting through the […]

In Good Fashion: Levi’s® Recycled Jeans

This just in – bottles can be made into jeans. (Yep. Keep reading.) Always a trailblazer in the world of denim, Levi’s® has announced that it’ll be rolling out a new line of jean products – Waste<Less™ – that will include at least 20% of recycled products, post-consumer use (translation: each item will contain approximately eight 12- to 20-ounce […]

In Good Fashion: Warby Parker & Pencils of Promise

  Image via Warby Parker Say hello to your new favorite pair of shades. Ever-cool eyewear purveyor Warby Parker (yep – the brand behind those ultra-hip specs that are priced amazingly low) has teamed up with non-profit Pencils for Promise to make a difference in the lives of kids in developing countries, by way of […]

In Good Fashion: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s no secret that the fashion world has long played a prominent role in fighting this all-too-prevalent disease. Below is a round-up of très fashionable accessories, apparel, and more, all opportunities in themselves to support breast cancer research by way of style. 1) Chan Luu – our wrist party […]

In Good Fashion: Oxfam’s Online Shops

We’ve long been convinced that some of the greatest vintage finds are hiding out in England – which would be great, if a giant ocean didn’t lie between us and said nation. But, the Atlantic is a thing, which means that finding a way to procure those coveted Anglo gems demands a little digging – […]

In Good Fashion: KAYU

Images via KAYU From entirely one-of-a-kind sunnies to clutches favored by royals and starlets alike, KAYU‘s made it clear they’re power players in the world of style. At the forefront of their agenda though isn’t the glory that comes with being a coveted brand – it’s providing relief to those in developing nations. Background  Launched […]

In Good Fashion: EDUN

Images courtesy of EDUN  If Alicia Keys chooses to sit in a runway’s front row (during New York Fashion Week, nonetheless), the styles coming down it are sure to be show stopping. Launched in 2005 by Bono (yes, that Bono) and his wife, Ali Hewson, EDUN exists to promote change in Africa through a positive trading relationship, […]

In Good Fashion: PUNJAMMIES™

The healing power of pajamas? It certainly isn’t limited to sick days and lazy Sundays. Case in point: PUNJAMMIES™, providing victims of forced prostitution the chance to rebuild their lives. Background Shannon Keith founded International Princess™ Project in 2005 after a life-changing trip to India. Seeing the country’s red light districts first hand, she was compelled […]

In Good Fashion: Krochet Kids international

Image via Krochet Kids Think that changing a life requires more than a crochet hook and yarn? Think again. Three friends from Spokane – Kohl, Travis, and Stewart – got into crocheting in high school as a quirky hobby of sorts – a hobby that just happened to produce hats so fantastic, they sparked a local […]

In Good Fashion: Sseko Designs

Images via Sseko Designs By this point in the summer, we usually feel as though we’ve seen every sandal style on the planet – which made stumbling upon Sseko Designs‘ one-of-a-kind creations absolutely thrilling. Not only are these sandals beyond unique (their interchangeable straps can be styled more than 100 different ways), but they also […]

In Good Fashion: George Esquivel on We’ve Got Your Back

THE DO-GOODER: Los Angeles-based shoe designer George Esquivel THE CAUSE: We’ve Got Your Back THE MISSION: We’ve Got Your Back is a weekend nutrition program for homeless schoolchildren living in Orange County, created and overseen by Giving Children Hope. 
Lauren: How did you originally get involved with We’ve Got Your Back? George: A friend of […]

In Good Fashion: Tommy and Dee Hilfiger on Autism Speaks

THE DO-GOODERS: Tommy and Dee Hilfiger THE CAUSE: Autism Speaks THE MISSION: Autism Speaks is America’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and cure for autism while raising awareness about the disorder. Lauren: How did you guys originally get involved with Autism Speaks? Tommy & Dee: […]

In Good Fashion: Gucci & UNICEF

In true Gucci form, not a detail was spared in crafting, yet again, the “It” bag. What exactly makes this one so lust worthy (aside from the fact that it’s, well, Gucci)? With every purchase, education becomes just that much more possible for underprivileged children in Asia. The GG Flag Collection was launched in honor […]

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Alexandra Ryan

Styling Director

Ten years ago, I launched a personal shopping business. It was my gateway to styling, from editorial shoots to film sets and, finally, e-commerce. I’m a tomboy at heart, so naturally I have a soft spot for the perfect grey fitted sweatshirt and a great pair of flats.

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Amy Breckenridge

Style Blogger

By day, I’m an executive assistant at Rue. And by night, you’ll find me posting to my personal style blog, Cupcakes & Couture. I’m a lover of all things feminine and whimsical, I’m a collector of vintage designer handbags, and I’m constantly striving to achieve that effortless Parisian-chic look.

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Ashley Bell

Bari Schorr

Beauty Director

As a born-and-bred New Yorker, I’ve been immersed in style my whole life. I learned the trade at Bloomingdale’s, then moved on to Saks Fifth Avenue, Burberry, and Ralph Lauren. Now, after more than 20 years in luxury retail, I head up Rue’s constantly growing beauty and shoe department.

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Caroline Mauro

Senior Stylist

My first foray into styling was a stint in the wardrobe department on the show What Not to Wear. I often find inspiration in street style, with my personal look skewing on the sportswear and androgynous side. Head-to-toe black? I’m all about it. If you see me with a bright lip, be concerned.

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Elizabeth Burns

Fashion Editor

My career started in personal shopping, where I worked with a global set of well-heeled clients to furnish their wardrobes and homes. That led me to the world of fashion editorial, first at Lucky and now at Rue. I’m a storyteller at heart, whether it’s curating an icon’s style or capturing trends. Outside the office, you’ll find me wandering the halls of the Met.

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When it comes to my style aesthetic, I’m constantly inspired by things other than fashion (think old movies, the book I’m currently reading, and architecture). I dress for my mood, so it’s not unusual to see me in leather and Dr. Martens one day, and penny loafers and a cardigan the next.

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For nearly a decade, I’ve worked in e-commerce telling style stories. The ones that stand out most? They go deeper than just trends. Think the history behind a Turkish rug or the craft that goes into a pair of Italian boots. That said – you won’t find me taking my own personal style too seriously. If it surprises and delights me, I’ll wear it.

John Camilleri

Creative Director

With more than 20 years in the fashion industry, I’ve worked on everything from mass-market brands to high-end advertising agencies. My kind of men’s style is all about refined simplicity – easy, accessible, and not overthought. Right now, I’m super excited about the all-American look and the iconic labels and personalities that bring it to life.

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Kasey Rowe

Fashion Editor

I’ve spent the past few years translating street style, high fashion, and pop culture into shoppable experiences on Rue. At my core, I am a visual storyteller with a knack for finding low-ticket items that look expensive. In my free time, I obsess over all things home. My dream Saturday? Antiquing in the morning and trying a new recipe at night.

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Kim Watson

Lauren Shimmel

Lauryn Paiva

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Loredana Buonopane

Fashion Director

I’ve been a fashion editor for fifteen years, freelancing for publications including WWD, Teen Vogue, W, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Lucky. My love for the business extends into styling, too. I especially love vintage shopping and going to flea markets. Fun fact: I once ran a vintage booth on the weekends just for fun.


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Susie Kostaras

Managing Editor

For more than five years, I’ve bounced between content and e-commerce roles – and I’m most excited when combining the two. I have a passion for uncovering stories, from the humble roots of iconic labels to the ever-growing clean beauty movement. Not surprisingly, I’m a sucker for stylish coffee table books.

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