Join us at Tammy Jo Fashion for an evening of elevated conversation that will dig into what it’s really like to start a run a sustainable and ethical fashion brand and the unique and rewarding challenges it brings.
Our event takes place during Fashion Revolution Week, a week honoring the 1,134 lives lost in a massive factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2013. After 6 years, it has become the cornerstone for conversation by both brands and consumers alike seeking increase standards for people and planet in the fashion industry.
TAMMY JO | Founder, Tammy Jo Fashion
Tmmy Jo is the owner and founder of her own sustainable clothing brand, Tammy Jo Fashion. Tammy had a love for creating unique fashion garments for herself out of sustainable materials long before becoming a brand. At a point of change in her life around 10 years ago, she took a leap of faith to pursue what she loved most as a career. She decided she wanted to bring that same uniquely-made experience that she had within her own clothing creations to other women all over; ultimately desiring to make every woman feel as beautiful as possible. After years of selling her designs through e-commerce and other shops, Tammy fulfilled her dream of opening her own boutique in Orlando in 2017. All of Tammy’s garments are one-of-a-kind pieces created with unique intent, designed to fit multiple body types, and made by her with love. Tammy is an advocate for ethically-made and sustainable fashion, which is why her garments are made using supreme vintage and repurposed fabrics. Recently, she has partnered with local charity organization Rebuild Globally to assist in the economic restoration of Haiti through means of ethical fashion. Tammy Jo Fashion is loved by many and has been featured on Fox 35, blogs, and magazines.
THAIS CUACHIO | Sustainability Specialist, Deux Mains
Thais Cuachio is the Sustainability Specialist at deux mains, an ethical fashion company creating jobs in Haiti where she executes marketing and sales strategies and manages partnerships and opportunities for impact growth. Thais has a passion in working with social enterprise initiatives and has also developed projects for companies in Brazil and Rwanda.
Native from Brazil, she moved to the U.S in 2010 and received her BA in Environmental Studies and Sustainable Urbanism and minor in International Affairs from Rollins College. She has a passion in applying her experience and skills towards helping communities thrive, while benefiting the environment, and inspiring others to do the same.
NIKKI A HALL | Founder & Blogger, The Fashionable Accountant
Raised on the west coast, now living on the east coast, Hollywood glam with a bit of southern flair is my signature look. An accountant by trade and a fashionista at heart, “The Fashionable Accountant” is where I will share tips for both fashion and finance all in one place! I think every business woman, mother, and college student is looking have a sense of style and class, all while trying to save everything we can! So, that’s where I come in! With my knowledge and experience, I provide tips on shopping your wardrobe; traveling on a budget; and financial tips for improving your credit and paying off debts. I promise to show you how to have style and look chic without breaking the bank, so you aren’t spending a million bucks, but are surely feeling like it!
JAIMIE PARTIN | Agent, Thr3efold
Jaimie Partin is an agent and brand coordinator for Thr3efold. Originally from the space coast of Florida, Jaimie majored in both fashion and drama in high school. There she combined her love for fashion design and theatre to work on costuming. Not long after graduation, Jaimie moved to Orlando in 2012 to study Fashion Design and Merchandising at IADT Orlando. She has always wanted to make a positive impact in the fashion industry, but it was upon learning more about what happens behind the scenes & taking an environmental science class that made her realize the desperate need for an ethical and sustainable movement industry-wide. In search of organic fabric options to start her own clothing line and a thirst for more knowledge, Jaimie found Thr3efold. There she met Jessica, and instantly knew she wanted to be a part of what Thr3efold was doing in the fashion industry. Jaimie is happy to be Orlando’s Thr3efold agent striving to unite the community and spread awareness on the subject of ethical fashion.