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STF Founder Named Fashion Woman of the Year by Cincy Chic
Stop Traffick Fashion Founder & Managing Director, Emily Hill, was named the 2012 Fashion Woman of the Year by Cincy Chic magazine! Thanks to Cincy Chic readers and staff for choosing Emily and to the amazing volunteers and supporters that truly make the work of STF possible. You can read the full article here.
STF on Fox 19 Morning News
Stop Traffick Fashion was recently featured on the Fox 19 morning news in Cincinnati! We’d like to thank Maija Zummo with Her Cincinnati magazine and Sheila Gray with Fox 19 for having us on to talk about Stop Traffick Fashion and ethical fashion. Check out the video and share it with your friends – it’s a great overview of our mission and we also preview some of our new products coming out in October!
STF featured for Ethical Fashion in Her Cincinnati Magazine
Want to learn more about ethical fashion? Check out the latest article featuring Stop Traffick Fashion in Her Cincinnati magazine. The article does a great job highlighting STF’s work and our focus on ethical fashion that empower survivors of human trafficking. Here are a few excerpts. You can read the full article below or on the Her Cincinnati website. “[Ethical Fashion] could encompass anything from what the product is made from — whether it exploits animals or the environment — all the way to who it’s made by,” says Hill. “To produce clothing so cheaply, you can’t be paying
STF Featured on Trendhunter
Thanks to Trendhunter.com and Socialbusiness.org for featuring Stop Traffick Fashion and an interview with me! Trendhunter covers trends across a huge array of topics and Socialbusiness.org compiles all those related to social enterprises. Do you have any of your own favorite social enterprises? Leave a comment on this post, we’d love to hear from you so we can encourage support of other social enterprises and spread the word. Here are a couple of the Q&As from their article about STF: 1. How did the idea for the business model come about? Stop Traffick Fashion is part of my abolitionist journey.
STF featured on The Lusso Report
Lusso Bags was founded by Nicole to help empower women in Kolkata, India. Their Mrs. Bird Shoe & Accessory Bag is a personal favorite of mine and the perfect gift or travel accessory. The Lusso Report is their blog featuring stories and tips for travel, fashion and socially conscious living. Today they featured an interview with me – thanks guys! Check it out to see some of my favorite things and learn more about STF. Here are a few of their questions and my answers. Q: Why do you care about human trafficking issues? A: I don’t see how someone can
STF Featured on Cincy Chic
We’re excited to be featured in this week’s edition of CIncy Chic. Thanks to Amy Scalia for the article. Check it out to see some of my favorite items, and you can watch the video below! Cincy Chic: Stop Traffick Fashion from Cincy Chic on Vimeo.
STF on OneSimpleAsk.com
STF was recently featured on OneSimpleAsk.com. From their website: Every edition of the One Simple Ask blog revolves around a theme. Our current focus: the eco-friendly lifestyle. We’re examining how the production and consumption of clothing, personal care items, cosmetics, and other everyday goods and services fit into the local, national, and global marketplaces. We ask: What does a more ethical marketplace look like – and how do we get there? I was excited to learn about their blog because I think it’s a great resource for everyday abolitionists since a huge component of the abolitionist movement is ethical consumerism.
STF on WildRuffle.com
Today Stop Traffick Fashion was featured on Wild Ruffle’s Weekly Buzz. Cate’s goal at the Wild Ruffle “is to encourage women to find their own style within the constantly changing trends.” We certainly think Stop Traffick Fashion is a great way to enhance your own, personal style while making a real, meaningful and tangible impact in the world! Thank you, Cate, for helping raise awareness about trafficking and featuring our site!
STF on Local 12 News
Stop Traffick Fashion had a full length story on Cincinnati’s Local 12 News on July 27th! Watch the video below or click here to read the article or watch the video on Channel 12’s site. Thanks so much to Tiffany Wilson for the excellent story on how STF is using fashion to help promote freedom!
The re-launch of the STF website was recently featured in two great blogs! Amy Scalia from Cincy Chic featured us on the Chic this Week blog saying, Speaking of their site, STF just launched a sweaky clean new website and I’m LOVING it! The photos are of local people, donning fab STF fashions! If you look closely, you’ll even see LOL‘s own Tamia from The Style Sample! : ) The new site is easy to navigate, learn more about human trafficking, and most importantly SHOP SHOP SHOP! All the funds support victims of human trafficking and creating a new, sustainable