Project Runway Winner Gretchen Jones Makes Fashion For A Cause

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Project Runway winner Gretchen Jones merges design and activism with Good Support

If there’s a silver lining to Trump’s rise, it’s the inspiring upsurge in activism. Good 
Support is a direct result of fashion folks getting fired up. The collective of creative women, founded by designer and former Project Runway winner Gretchen Jones, creates limited-edition capsule collections, donating all proceeds to causes ranging from women’s rights to racial equality. They launched in January with bralettes by Thief & Bandit (pictured) and Piper Dalton, and solidarity safety pins from Heart of Gold that were created for the Women’s March on Washington. A new collection is planned for April, and every month, the collective will post action plans for civil engagement. The site (goodsupport.us) also offers resources for getting involved. Resistance never looked so good.

By Lisa Butterworth



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