Author Archives: Danielle Olsen

Fashion for Freedom Raises Money to Combat Sex Trafficking

Fashion for Freedom Raises Money to Combat Sex Trafficking

On Friday, February 21, the first ever benefit show hosted by Fashion For Freedom, a group that focuses on raising awareness for victims of sex trafficking, was held at Simmons College in Boston. Ayana Auborg, 19, and Adebukola Ajao, 19, are both students of the Colleges of the Fenway, a network of six neighboring Boston-based

Speaking Her Mind: Actress Sophia Bush Talks to SCN about Women’s Rights, the Environment, and Urban Outfitters.

When you hear Sophia Bush you may think of the actress from long running television show One Tree Hill, where she has portrayed character Brooke Davis for the past eight years. Yet Bush has done much more than act; along with being an icon for women’s rights and fighting for healthy body images in young

Charity Spotlight: Fashion Delivers

Victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan whose homes were washed away by a wall of sea have been left with nothing but the clothes on their backs. After needs for food and water are met, survivors need items such as clothes, sheets, blankets and towels. That’s where national charity Fashion Delivers steps in.

Exclusive interview with feminist writer Kate Millett

After being named one of the most active and passionate of the pioneer feminists, Kate Millett now lives a far more relaxed life along the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York. But she still has the cause in her, for all women to be equal and make a difference in our world. A natural artist,

Fashion Show For The Homeless

The estimated number of homeless children in Pennsylvania exceeds 40,000. The Homeless Education Found, a nonprofit organization focused on the goal of giving homeless children equal educational opportunities, is now being aided by fashion. At the Pittsburgh Playwrites Theatre on the 28th and 29th of January, Model and Talent National’s Project Evolution held the fashion