Meet the women who inspire us (and not just because they have an amazing sense of style!) by following their dreams, empowering positive social change, and forging new paths in the female workforce. We are proud to follow you.
Holly Pierson is a television and film costume designer originally from Denton, Texas. After moving to the big apple, she followed her dreams to boldly pursue a career in costume design. She worked on TV shows like "Louis" and "Horace and Pete" with Louis CK, and is now on the costume team for "At Home with Amy Sedaris." She was also on the team that designed costumes for movies like Chuck with Liev Scheiber and Elisabeth Moss, Mistress America with Greta Gerwig, and Match with Patrick Stewart.Read more
Top fashion model turned water activist Georgie Badiel founded her water-focused Georgie Badiel Foundation in 2015. Before launching her foundation, Badiel was Miss Africa in 2004, and then became a top fashion model working for luxury brands like Marc Jacobs and Oscar de La Renta. Georgie has graced the cover of fashion’s bible, and Women’s Wear Daily. Since its launch, the Georgie Badiel foundation has made water accessible to over 100,000 people in Badiel’s home country of Burkina Faso by building 5 wells enabling local communities to have access to clean water.Read more
Ellyn Canfield has a really cool job within the government. She is Executive Director of the New York City Mayor's Office of Citywide Event Management. For anyone who is curious about what it's like to work within the government closely with Mayor De Blasio in a position that offers a highly social aspect with a strong element of creativity, click below. Find out how Ellyn worked her way up from an intern to her current executive position over the past 10 years.Read more