Wed, Mar 17|
Bitter Grace DC Boutique
Sustainable Fashion 101 with Monica Diaz
What is the future of fashion? It's being environmentally conscious and caring for your clothes, yourself, and the planet. But what exactly is sustainable fashion and how do we know where and how to find it. Learn all this and more and find out how you can play a part in the slow fashion movement.
Time & Location
Mar 17, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Bitter Grace DC Boutique , 526 8th St SE Suite A, Washington, DC 20003, USA
About the Event
Monica Diaz is the owner of Monica Diaz Mode. She is one of New York City’s top personal stylists. She helps her clients discover how creating the right image can ignite invaluable changes in their self-confidence, career, and relationships. Her philosophy centers on helping people translate what inspires them into the image of their dreams. Focusing on facilitating her client's life by organizing, planning, and creating a well-rounded wardrobe that reflects their lifestyle is one of the many benefits she offers. She makes it easy to work with her by offering in-person and virtual styling options. Author of 7 Days to Style, a guide to your authentic style an easy to read and follow book that helps women discover their authenticity.
Monica’s career started as a textile stylist, designing fabric collections for designers including Ralph Lauren, Oscar de la Renta, and Carolina Herrera working with mills in Europe and Latin America. She has been a contributing writer for FoxNewLatino.com reporting on the importance of style. NYFW coverage, designer interviews such as Carmen Marc Volvo and Custo Barcelona. She is also a style contributor on Ehow.com and a featured style expert on Univision morning show. Her e-course “Mastering Men’s Career Style”t offered in Udemy.com was created to help men better understand the importance of career style. Designing seminars about defining relevant corporate style for AXA Financial, Alliance Bernstein, Nixon Peabody. Sharing her knowledge is one of the things she loves to do and also has worked as an adjunct professor for NYC fashion schools.