ReFashion Stylists

Thank you to our stylists who volunteered to make our ReFashion Week possible!


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Al-Fuquan Green
@stylingstingy | stylingstingy.com

Al-Fuquan Green, grew up with a great sense of creativity, an eye for the arts, and a love for creating new projects. With Styling Stingy, Al hopes to inspire others, while creating work he's truly passionate about.

Al fell in love with thrifting about 12 years ago. It was a way for him to stand out within the crowd, without burning a hole in his pocket. When he realized that living a financially responsible lifestyle was something he was good at, he decided to share his talents with others. His love for fashion and thrifted/vintage items, directed the birth of his brand and navigated him into a profession he cannot live without.

 
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Devonne Jackson
@positive.obsession | youtube.com

Based in Brooklyn, N.Y. of Jamaican and Bajan decent by way of West Africa, DeVonne is the Founder of Positive Obsession and is as colorful as her roots. Wardrobe styling and personal shopping were the start of DeVonne's career in fashion over a decade ago.

Through this work, DeVonne observed the fashion industry’s fundamental issues with clothing production, distribution, and the environmental effects that resulted from it. DeVonne began a fashion blog and curated spaces to swap clothing—creating platforms to discuss upcycling, and best reuse/recycle practices, and obsess positively.

Positive Obsession sparks sustainable lifestyle conversations through events, education and experiences, with the goal of igniting a shift in consumer behavior. Positive Obsession is a 2018 grantee of the Citizens Committee for New York City Composting grant for their textile research.

Devonne has a M.A. in Media & Communications with a focus on event planning and has worked on televised events for Telepictures, Black Entertainment Television and the MET Gala to name a few.

 
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Kia Marie
@thenotoriouskia | thenotoriouskia.com

Kia Marie is a NYC based digital content creator, stylist, & influencer. She uses her platform to empower women and girls to breakdown traditional standards of beauty and embrace their most authentic self. This is all evident through her social channels where she creates content dedicated to DIY (do it yourself), fashion inspiration, wardrobe styling ideas, and natural hair care & tutorials. Currently, Kia has over 300k followers across various social platforms and has generated over 14 million video views worldwide.

 
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Natalia Martinez Sagan
@martinezsagan | martinezsagan.com

Natalia Martinez Sagan is an Argentinean interdisciplinary artist based in New York City, specializing in sustainability. With over a decade of professional experience as a designer and maker, stylist, art director, and educator, and over 20 years of active engagement as an environmental activist, Natalia is dedicated to raising awareness about sustainable living through creative practices. 

She is also a Climate Reality Leader, trained by former US Vice President and Nobel Prize Laureate, Al Gore, and Ambassador for Make Smthng, and a team member of Fashion Revolution USA.

 
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Eleonora Volpe
@ev.style | evolpestylist.com

Born in 1990 Eleonora Volpe is an Italian fashion stylist and art director based in NYC since 2016. She first received a degree in Chinese in Venice, then a master’s degree in fashion styling from the Moodart School in Verona.

Eleonora worked for several years as stylist and personal shopper for Max&Co, developing a set of skills that were fundamental to her growth in personal style and search of beauty. After her master’s degree she moved to NYC and started her adventure as PA at Redhook Labs working on set with brands like Bulgari, Calvin Klein, Bergdorf Goodman, etc. She is now working as fashion stylist for lookbooks, ADV campaigns, editorials and personal styling services in NYC.

 
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Cameron Williams
@cwilliamsnyc

Cameron Williams is a sustainable fashion advocate, freelance stylist, and the Communications Coordinator for the New York City Center for Materials Reuse, a program funded by the NYC Department of Sanitation providing a broad range of support services to NYC’s reuse and thrift community.