Bianca Alexander
  • Female
  • Clinton, MD
  • United States

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Profession / role:
Creative Director + Host
Company / organisation:
Conscious Living TV
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My primary role in relation to fashion is:
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Opportunities to partner with mission-aligned organizations looking to promote the best in conscious fashion to mainstream audiences around the world.
About me / About business or organisation:
I am an EMMY award winning journalist, style correspondent on Conscious Living TV, and attorney who has spent the last 8 years covering the designers, textiles, and trends on the front lines of the ethical fashion movement. From designers using renewable fabrics and animal-friendly materials, to couturiers using peace silk to create wedding gowns and ethical runways shows across the world, I have traveled from New York to Paris telling the stories that inspire consumers to shop with their values and become passionate about wearing conscious fashion.
Career history / Company history:
With a mission of raising the consciousness of the planet through inspirational media, for the past eight years, Conscious Living TV has told stories about the people, places, and pioneers on the front lines of the sustainable lifestyle movement. Available to millions of viewers around the world via broadcast affiliates and our online syndication platform, Conscious Living has won several awards for its work in media, including a Health Journalism Award in the multimedia category from the Association of Health Journalists and a Green Visionary Award from Keep America Beautiful.

In addition to producing television, for the past four years our parent company, Conscious Planet, L3C, has produced some of the hottest eco-couture runway shows in the U.S., including the Vert Couture shows headlining Chicago Fashion Week from 2010-2012, and the T.H.R.E.A.D.S. eco-fashion shows in New York and D.C. in conjunction with the Green Festival.

Bianca Alexander's Blog

The True Cost of Fast Fashion: Balancing the Scales

Posted on November 29, 2013 at 9:30 0 Comments

By Bianca Alexander

According to the Department of Labor, over half of the garment factories in the United States are sweatshops.  The popularity of sweatshops began at the turn of the 20th century, as consumer demand rose for trendy but inexpensive off-the-rack clothing.  Given the difficulty of mechanizing the clothing manufacture process, cheap human…


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